Zadie Smith, photographed at the Edinburgh books festival in 2001.

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Psychedelic illustrations by Craig & Karl for a set of notebooks created for Edinburgh International Book Festival

Craig & Karl and Tangent's psychedelic identity for Edinburgh International Book Festival

Psychedelic illustrations by Craig & Karl for a set of notebooks created for Edinburgh International Book Festival

Quingo Scooters Edinburgh book festival

Quingo Scooters Edinburgh book festival

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Daniel Sloss is awesome I go to see him every year at the Edinburgh festival

Daniel Sloss is awesome I go to see him every year at the Edinburgh festival

Mysterious sculptures have appeared at the Edinburgh Book festival - and no-one knows who left them.

Edinburgh Book Festival sculptures are a 'whodunnit?'

Mysterious sculptures have appeared at the Edinburgh Book festival - and no-one knows who left them.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, was born in Edinburgh and is said to have modelled the famous detective on Professor Joseph Bell, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, who used remarkable powers of observation in his diagnosis.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, was born in Edinburgh and is said to have modelled the famous detective on Professor Joseph Bell, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, who used remarkable powers of observation in his diagnosis.

Edinburgh Book Festival.  I must go here!

Edinburgh Book Festival. I must go here!

A Question of Blood by Ian Rankin -- A Question of Blood created newspaper fuss with only a few chapters written when Rankin revealed at last year's Edinburgh book festival that it began with a shooting at a Scottish school. The writer was accused of ghoulishly fictionalising Dunblane, but readers of the finished novel are likely to conclude that Rankin is involved in a more subtle project.

Review: A Question of Blood by Ian Rankin

A Question of Blood by Ian Rankin -- A Question of Blood created newspaper fuss with only a few chapters written when Rankin revealed at last year's Edinburgh book festival that it began with a shooting at a Scottish school. The writer was accused of ghoulishly fictionalising Dunblane, but readers of the finished novel are likely to conclude that Rankin is involved in a more subtle project.

Sir Sean Connery unveils his new book entitled Being A Scott at the Edinburgh book festival August 25, 2008 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The laun...

Sean Connery Photos Photos: Sir Sean Connery Unveils Memoirs At Edinburgh Book Festival

Sir Sean Connery unveils his new book entitled Being A Scott at the Edinburgh book festival August 25, 2008 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The laun...

The Edinburgh Book Festival

The Edinburgh Book Festival

The Edinburgh Book Festival is one of the best public celebrations of books in the world.

How do writers find their voices? Survey of Edinburgh books festival authors reveals that 'hearing a character' means different things over course of a writing career.

How do writers find their voices?

How do writers find their voices? Survey of Edinburgh books festival authors reveals that 'hearing a character' means different things over course of a writing career.

eBook Travel Guides and PDF Chapters from Lonely Planet: Scotland - "Edinburgh" (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet...

eBook Travel Guides and PDF Chapters from Lonely Planet: Scotland - "Edinburgh" (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet...

Sir Sean Connery Unveils Memoirs At Edinburgh Book Festival

Sean Connery Photos Photos: Sir Sean Connery Unveils Memoirs At Edinburgh Book Festival

Sir Sean Connery Unveils Memoirs At Edinburgh Book Festival

Acclaimed Iranian artist refused visa to attend Edinburgh book festival | World news | The Guardian

Acclaimed Iranian artist refused visa to attend Edinburgh book festival

Acclaimed Iranian artist refused visa to attend Edinburgh book festival | World news | The Guardian

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