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Colin, Beatrice (2016) How to make your stories exciting. Scottish Book Trust, Edinburgh.

Colin, Beatrice (2015) The Ferryman's Apprentice. [Performance] (In Press)

Colin, Beatrice (2015) The Ice Wife. [Performance]

Colin, Beatrice (2014) Home. In: Stories of Home. Scottish Book Trust, Edinburgh.

Colin, Beatrice (2014) The bandleader. Glasgow Life, Glasgow.

Colin, Beatrice (2013) The Pyrate's Boy. Kelpies . Floris Books. ISBN 9781782500285

Colin, Beatrice (2013) The true story of Bonnie Parker, a women's hour serial for BBC Radio 4. [Performance]

Colin, Beatrice (2012) Extract from Indian Ink (a novel). Gutter : the magazine of new Scottish writing (07). pp. 47-54. ISSN 2041-3475

Colin, Beatrice (2011) The suffragettes party : three shorts. Amazon Media EU.

Colin, Beatrice (2011) The Suffragettes' Party : Three Shorts. BBC.

Colin, Beatrice (2010) The songwriter. John Murray. ISBN 9780719523823

Colin, Beatrice and Pinto, Sara (2010) My Invisible Sister. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781599904887

Colin, Beatrice (2008) The luminous life of Lilly Aphrodite. John Murray. ISBN 978-0-7195-2071-6

This list was generated on Thu Feb 23 07:58:04 2017 GMT.