Writer, broadcaster and storyteller Stuart McHardy has long been interested in Scotland’s cultural heritage, from Pictish prehistory to contemporary folklore and music. As a storyteller he performs regularly across Scotland, and appears at many book festivals. As an author he has written of various Celtic, mythological and Pictish subjects – and on his other loves, whisky and beer.
McHardy was Director of the Scots Language Resource Centre from 1993 to 1998, and is a founder member of the Pictish Arts Society. He lives in Edinburgh.