Due to the ongoing Covid-19 (coronavirus) situation and government guidelines the Saltire Society Headquarters will be closed for events and meetings.

Staff will be working remotely from home and branches have cancelled their upcoming events. 

With regard to HQ programming, we are still planning for our programme of Awards and events to go forward. They will be and are evolving with the help of our Panels, Trustees and Committees to ensure we are following government guidance while maintaining a successful programme for the Society, its members and audiences.

We are unfortunately unable to post any pamphletts out at this moment.

Our priority is for the health and safety of our team, members, committees and volunteers and we will work hard to ensure the Society continues to do its important work.

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Allan Massie's 'Nevertheless'

Highly regarded novelist & journalist, Allan Massie has written the 7th edition of the Saltire Series Pamphlets 'Nevertheless', discussing his personal view on voting no for Scottish Independence. Order your Pamphlet now!

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Myth & Reality: The Nature of Scottish Identity

Magnus Linklater looks at the traditional values said to define Scottishness; do they still hold true or, are myths repeated so often they are simply taken as the truth without any backup? Magnus looks at Scotland’s historical milestones and how they stand up to scrutiny.

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Second Wind

With humour, melancholy and wisdom, they tackle what a person loses as he or she ages – and what they gain.

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Notes Towards a National Literature

The tenth pamphlet in our limited edition Saltire Series, Notes Towards a National Literature sees Kirsty Gunn explore the relationship between a writer and their location.

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Shoddy Schools and Fancy Finance

Renowned architect Malcolm Fraser's provocative pamphlet on the pervasion of Private Finance Initiatives in public buildings.

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Re Building Scotland

Architect Neil Gillespie's lyrical pamphlet on the need for robust architectural culture in Scotland.

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Edinburgh Singing the City by Christine De Luca

Buy Christine De Luca's Edinburgh, Singing the City A collection of celebrated poet, Christine De Luca's work together with iconic images of the capital from her time as Edinburgh Makar.

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