The Dorothy Dunnett Centenary Gathering & Conference website is now open. Visit gathering.dunnettcentral.org to read all about Edinburgh’s main event of 2023!
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Members of the Dorothy Dunnett Society are about to receive the latest issue of our fascinating and beautiful quarterly journal, Whispering Gallery. Join the Dorothy Dunnett Society to start your subscription now!
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The new date for Oxford Day 2022 is Saturday 1st October. The event will, as always, be at Wolfson College in Oxford, with a meal at the Linton Lodge hotel afterwards.
We’ll post more details soon, regarding how to book (and hopefully a group booking rate for those wishing to stay at the Linton Lodge, which is a short walk from Wolfson College) – but put the date in your diary now!
International Women’s Day (IWD) on 8th March acknowledges the cultural, political and socioeconomic achievements of women. In addition, 2022 has been designated Scotland’s Year of Stories, which celebrates and promotes the wealth of stories inspired by, created or written in Scotland; so National Records of Scotland (NRS) has researched the lives of three female Scottish authors, including Dorothy Dunnett, and you can read more here.
The Dorothy Dunnett Society has donated a set of the famous novelist’s books to Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (DCL&G).
Lesley Burnie presents the books on behalf of the Dorothy Dunnett Society
Lesley Burnie, treasurer of the Dorothy Dunnett Society, said: “We were keen for libraries around the UK that have had a special connection to the life and works of Dorothy Dunnett to have these books and as she was born in Dunfermline, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries was an obvious choice.”
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