Beth Junor

was born in Lanark. She was brought up in Scotland and Canada, returning to Scotland initially to attend St Andrews University. These days, she spends any spare time after working and writing visiting galleries and dreaming of her return from north London, where she has lived and worked for the past ten years. Her latest book is a translation from the French of Peter Vermeulen’s I Am Special, about explaining autism to children and young people who have autism.

Blog / Discussion

Book of the Month: Amphibian by Christina Neuwirth

November 17, 2018
by Kristian Kerr

Highland Book Prize Longlist Announced

November 9, 2018
by Kristian Kerr

Kenneth Roy, 26 March 1945 – 5 November 2018

November 8, 2018
by Tom Johnstone

Rusticated… (II)

November 2, 2018
by Brian Morton

Kassabova, Al Rawi win International Prizes

November 1, 2018
by Kristian Kerr