Book AwardsSaltire Society Scottish Book of the Year Award Shortlist

Works (142)

Collected Plays (Scottish Library) (v. 1) by Robert McLellan1982
King Hereafter by Dorothy Dunnett1982
Creachadh na Clàrsaich Plundering the Harp by Derick Thomson1983
Not Not While the Giro by James Kelman1983
The Papers of Tony Veitch by William McIlvanney1983
Blood by Janice Galloway1991
Forked Tongue by W. N. Herbert1994
Red Tides by Dilys Rose1994
Walking the Dog: And Other Stories by Bernard MacLaverty1994
Me and Ma Gal by Des DillonFirst Book, 1995
The Missing by Andrew O'Hagan1995
Poor Angels: And Other Stories (Fiction Series) by Chris DolanFirst Book, 1995
Alien Crop by Janet Paisley1996
Nail And Other Stories by Laura J. HirdFirst Book, 1998
Stolen Light: Selected Poems by Stewart Conn2000
The Translator by Leila Aboulela2000
The Burning Mirror by Suhayl SaadiFirst Book, 2001
The Light Trap by John Burnside2002
Porno by Irvine Welsh2002
The Big Bumper Book of Troy by W. N. Herbert2003
Cathures by Edwin Morgan2003
The Colour of Black & White by Liz Lochhead2003
Lady Magdalen by Robin Jenkins2003
Living Nowhere by John Burnside2003
Not the End of the World by Kate Atkinson2003
The Whole Story and Other Stories by Ali Smith2003
An Abridged History by Andrew DrummondFirst Book, 2004
The Finishing School by Muriel Spark2004
Paradise by A. L. Kennedy2004
You Have to Be Careful in the Land of the Free by James Kelman2004
The Accidental by Ali Smith2005
Blackbird by David Harrower2005
The Fahrenheit Twins and Other Stories by Michel Faber2005
Gymnippers diciadain by Martin MacIntyre2005
Narrating Scotland: The Imagination of Robert Louis Stevenson by Barry Menikoff2005
The People's Act of Love by James Meek2005
The Knife Man: Blood, Body Snatching, and the Birth of Modern Surgery by Wendy Moore2007
Fighting it by Regi Claire2009
The Gate of Air: A Ghost Story by James Buchan2009
This is Not About Me by Janice Galloway2009
What Becomes by A. L. Kennedy2009
When I Heard the Bell: The Loss of the Iolaire by John Macleod2009
Adam Smith: An Enlightened Life by Nicholas Phillipson2010
At the Loch of the Green Corrie by Andrew Greig2010
Da Happie Laand by Robert Alan Jamieson2010
Dunsinane by David Greig2010
Hamish Henderson: A Biography: Volume 2: Poetry Becomes People (1952-2002) by Timothy Neat2010
Rain by Don Paterson2010
The Stars in the Bright Sky by Alan Warner2010
The Blue Book by A. L. Kennedy2011
Fiere by Jackie Kay2011
Reading Shakespeare's Sonnets by Don Paterson2011
A Summer of Drowning by John Burnside2011
There But For The by Ali Smith2011
The Bees by Carol Ann Duffy2012
The Grand Designer: Third Marquess of Bute by Rosemary HannahResearch, 2012
Jamieson's Dictionary of Scots: The Story of the First Historical Dictionary of the Scots Language by Susan RennieResearch, 2012
Ramshackle by Elizabeth ReederFirst Book, 2012
The Sexual State: Sexuality and Scottish Governance 1950-80 by Roger DavidsonResearch, 2012
Sightlines by Kathleen Jamie2012
Skagboys by Irvine Welsh2012
Tales from the Mall by Ewan Morrison2012
Tony Hogan Bought Me an Ice-Cream Float Before He Stole My Ma by Kerry HudsonFirst Book, 2012
Caleb's List : Climbing the Scottish Mountains Visible from Arthur's Seat by Kellan MacInnes2013
A Dictionary of Scottish Phrase and Fable by Ian CroftonResearch, 2013
The Firth of Forth: An Environmental History by T. C. SmoutScottish History, 2013
Life After Life by Kate AtkinsonBook of the Year, 2013
Looking for Mrs Livingstone by Julie DavidsonBook of the Year, 2013
The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter by Malcolm Mackay2013
All One Breath by John BurnsidePoetry, 2014
All the Rage: Stories by A. L. KennedyBook of the Year, 2014
The American Girl: A Novel by Kate HorsleyFirst Book, 2014
Any Other Mouth by Anneliese MackintoshFirst Book, 2014
At Maldon by Jo MorganPoetry, 2014
Byssus by Jen HadfieldPoetry, 2014
The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion by Kei MillerPoetry, 2014
Cosmo Innes and the defence of Scotland's past c. 1825-1875 by Richard A. MarsdenHistory, 2014
The Eagle's Way: Nature's New Frontier in a Northern Landscape by Jim CrumleyResearch, 2014
Gone are the Leaves by Anne DonovanBook of the Year, 2014
Governing gaeldom : the Scottish Highlands and the restoration state, 1660-1688 by Allan KennedyHistory, 2014
How to Be Both by Ali Smithnot in English Common KnowledgeBook of the Year, 2014
The James Plays by Rona MunroBook of the Year, 2014
The K2 Man (and His Molluscs) : The Extraordinary life of Haversham Godwin-Austen by Catherine MooreheadResearch, 2014
Landscapes of protest in the Scottish Highlands after 1914 : the later Highland land wars by Iain J. M. RobertsonResearch, 2014
The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle by Kirsty WarkFirst Book, 2014
Lexical Variation and Attrition in the Scottish Fishing Communities by Robert McColl MillarResearch, 2014
Locust and Marlin by J.L. WilliamsPoetry, 2014
Material Culture and Sedition, 1688-1760: Treacherous Objects, Secret Places (Palgrave Studies in the Enlightenment, Romanticism and the C) by Murray PittockResearch, 2014
The Monster's Wife by Kate HorsleyFirst Book, 2014
Moontide by Niall Campbellnot in English Common KnowledgeFirst Book, 2014
A New Race of Men: Scotland 1815–1914 by Michael FryHistory, 2014
The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales by Kirsty LoganFirst Book, 2014
Where Memories Go: Why Dementia Changes Everything by Sally MagnussonBook of the Year, 2014
A Chasm In Time: Scottish War Artists in the 20th Century by Patricia AndrewHistory, 2015
A Decent Ride by Irvine WelshFiction, 2015
A God in Ruins by Kate AtkinsonFiction, 2015
The Illuminations by Andrew O'HaganFiction, 2015
Jellyfish by Janice GallowayFiction, 2015
John Knox by Jane DawsonHistory, 2015
Killochries by Jim CarruthPoetry, 2015
The Leipzig Affair by Fiona RintoulFirst Book, 2015
Lie of the Land by Michael F. RussellFirst Book, 2015
Not All Honey by Roddy LumsdenPoetry, 2015
The People's Referendum: Why Scotland Will Never be the Same Again by Peter GeogheganFirst Book, 2015
Sixty degrees north: around the world in search of home by Malachy TallackFirst Book, 2015
Young Eliot: From St. Louis to The Waste Land by Robert CrawfordNon-Fiction Book, 2015
The Blade Artist by Irvine Welshnot in English Common KnowledgeFiction Book of the Year, 2016
The Brilliant & Forever by Kevin MacNeilnot in English Common KnowledgeFiction Book of the Year, 2016
Castles in the Mist: The Victorian Transformation of the Highlands by Robin Noblenot in English Common KnowledgeHistory Book, 2016
Dirt Road by James Kelmannot in English Common KnowledgeFiction Book of the Year, 2016
Expecting: The Inner Life of Pregnancy by Chitra Ramaswamynot in English Common KnowledgeFirst Book of the Year, 2016
Fallen Glory: The Lives and Deaths of History's Greatest Buildings by James Crawfordnot in English Common KnowledgeNon-Fiction Book of the Year, 2016
Glasgow : mapping the city by John Moorenot in English Common KnowledgeNon-Fiction Book of the Year, 2016
His Bloody Project: Documents Relating to the Case of Roderick Macrae by Graeme Macrae Burnetnot in English Common KnowledgeFiction Book of the Year, 2016
Infinite Ground by Martin MacInnesFirst Book of the Year, 2016
The literary culture of early modern Scotland : manuscript production and transmission, 1560-1625 by Sebastiaan Verweijnot in English Common KnowledgeResearch Book, 2016
A Little History of Religion (Little Histories) by Richard Hollowaynot in English Common KnowledgeNon-Fiction Book of the Year, 2016
Other People's Money: The Real Business of Finance by John Kaynot in English Common KnowledgeNon-Fiction Book of the Year, 2016
The Outrun by Amy Liptrotnot in English Common KnowledgeNon-Fiction Book of the Year, 2016
Set Adrift Upon the World: The Sutherland Clearances by James Hunternot in English Common KnowledgeHistory Book, 2016
Shetland and the Great War by Linda K. Riddellnot in English Common KnowledgeHistory Book, 2016
St Kilda: The Last and Outmost Isle by Angela Gannonnot in English Common KnowledgeHistory Book, 2016
The Sunlight Pilgrims by Jenni Fagannot in English Common KnowledgeFiction Book of the Year, 2016
This Must Be the Place by Maggie O'Farrellnot in English Common KnowledgeFiction Book of the Year, 2016
Trials: On Death Row in Pakistan by Isabel Buchanannot in English Common KnowledgeFirst Book of the Year, 2016
The Vikings in Islay: The Place of Names in Hebridean Settlement History by Alan Macnivennot in English Common KnowledgeResearch Book, 2016
That Was a Shiver, and Other Stories by James KelmanBook of the Year, 2017
Bird Summons by Leila AboulelaFiction, 2019
Ducks, Newburyport by Lucy EllmannFiction, 2019
Escape from Earth: A Secret History of the Space Rocket by Fraser MacDonaldFirst Book, 2019
I'm a Pretty Circler by Iain MorrisonPoetry, 2019
Jane Haining : a life of love and courage by Mary MillerNon-Fiction, 2019
John Law: A Scottish Adventurer of the Eighteenth Century by James BuchanHistory, 2019
Lowborn: Growing Up, Getting Away and Returning to Britain’s Poorest Towns by Kerry HudsonNon-Fiction, 2019
Moder Dy: Polygon New Poets by Roseanne WattPoetry, 2019
My Life with Murderers: Behind Bars with the World’s Most Violent Men by David WilsonHistory, 2019
The Scottish Clearances: A History of the Dispossessed, 1600-1900 by T. M. DevineHistory, 2019
The Sea Kings: The Late Norse Kingdoms of Man and the Isles c.1066-1275 by R. Andrew McDonaldHistory, 2019
Some Kids I Taught and What They Taught Me by Kate ClanchyNon-Fiction, 2019
A Superior Spectre by Angela MeyerFirst Book, 2019
Tiger by Polly ClarkFiction, 2019
You Will Be Safe Here by Damian BarrFiction, 2019