Writer Kirstin Innes talks to The Bookseller about some of the most exciting and experimental Scottish female voices being published today.
Welcome to our highlights from the mailbag of books published in May. We're a little late to the party here, so we'll keep things brief.... Read more
Publishing director of Gallery UK, Holly Harris talks to The Bookseller about Simon and Schuster's new commercial non-fiction imprint. ... Read more
A survey of trade staff shows the majority would prefer to work two or three days a week in the office, but many want flexible... Read more
The top of the indie booksellers chart is led by literary novels, with Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara and the Sun flying up the chart—and with a... Read more
Publications officer at Historic Environment Scotland talks to The Bookseller about her role.
Paisley-born, Glasgow resident Alan Parks spent more than 20 years in the music industry, before turning his hand to writing Tartan noir thrillers. He answers... Read more
Edinburgh-based children’s publisher Barrington Stoke's editorial director Ailsa Bathgate reflects on 12 months of awards recognition, which has seen its titles reach young readers across the board. ... Read more
Tom Tivnan takes a deep dive into Glasgow’s publishing scene, which is thriving in a cultural boom time.
Most Scottish publishers and bookish bodies adapted their offer in 2020 to defy the lockdown restrictions, with many reporting record years—these are their learnings.... Read more