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Alexander McCall Smith, a Edinburgh Law School teacher pens novels like The Popcorn Pirates when not playing bassoon in The Really Terrible Orchestra.

Alexander McCall Smith - one of my favorite authors - enjoy all of his series books

These Edinburgh Napier Students dressed in their finest pirate garb to celebrate Robert Louis Stevenson's birthday.

These Edinburgh Napier Students dressed in their finest pirate garb to celebrate Robert Louis Stevenson's birthday.

Looking Glass Books  A relative newcomer into Edinburgh, Looking Glass Books is located among the gleaming new spires of the Quatermile development, but is doing a fine job of creating a niche for itself as purveyors of fine coffees and even tastier new books. It also hosts regular author readings and even the occasional Cajun cook off.

Literary Tourism: A Book Lover’s Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Welcome to the Tour | Edinburgh Literary Pub Tour

Welcome to the Tour | Edinburgh Literary Pub Tour

Anonymous sculptor leaves literary artworks around Edinburgh -  1 of 10 beautiful works found in cultural sites over the past year.

One of the ten mysterious paper sculptures that appeared in libraries and bookshops in Edinburgh, Scotland over the course of six months last year. Left by an anonymous artist "in support of libraries, books, words, ideas .

In literary Edinburgh, a story is unfolding, created from the pages of books and pieced together lovingly by  unknown, artistic hands...

In literary Edinburgh, a story is unfolding, created from the pages of books and pieced together lovingly by unknown, artistic hands.

The Wigtown Book Festival is an annual 10-day literary celebration in Scotland's National Book Town.  As the biggest book festival in Scotland outside of Edinburgh or Glasgow, the Wigtown Book Festival packs in more than 150 events over 10 days in venues around the town. There is an event for everyone with debates, discussions, talks and workshops, alongside complimentary film and music events to provide a rich and varied cultural experience for audiences.

There is an event for everyone with debates, discussions, talks and workshops, alongside complimentary film and music events to provide a rich and varied cultural experience for audiences.

Robert Louis Stevenson’s childhood house in Edinburgh, Heriot Row n°17

Robert Louis Stevenson’s childhood house in Edinburgh, Heriot Row