Rosemary Goring at The National Library of Scotland


Join Rosemary Goring as she discusses her new book, ‘Homecoming: The Scottish Years of Mary, Queen of Scots’.

The National Library of Scotland presents Rosemary Goring ‘in-conversation’ this February 2023.

If you think you know all there is to know about Mary Queen of Scots, think again. Rosemary Goring, highly respected author, historian and journalist, brings the Scottish years of Mary Queen of Scots vividly to life in her new book, Homecoming. In doing so, she explores the many atmospheric places where the events that would shape the country’s future played out and paints a compelling, controversial and poignant portrait of one of history’s most famous and enigmatic queens.

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About Rosemary Goring:

Rosemary Goring was born in Dunbar and studied at the University of St Andrews. She worked at W&R Chambers as a reference editor before becoming literary editor of Scotland on Sunday. She was also the literary editor for The Herald and Sunday Herald, and is the author of two historical novels, After Flodden and Dacre’s War.

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Thursday 02 Feb 2023
The National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. United Kingdom