International partnerships and rights flurry buoys burgeoning Scottish trade

International partnerships and rights flurry buoys burgeoning Scottish trade

The Scottish book trade is reaping the rewards of a more international outlook, with increased rights sales and more partnerships abroad aided by an industry-wide infrastructure, but also driven by the current political uncertainty.

One initiative was the launch, late last year, of Scottish Books International by Publishing Scotland (PS) and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. The programme will be dedicated to the international promotion of Scottish books, writers, festivals and organisations.

Festivals, of course, are a fantastic opportunity for international exchange and there i...

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