Scottish trade 'concern' over future of Freight Books

Scottish trade 'concern' over future of Freight Books

Authors and agents have expressed concern about the future of Scottish independent publisher Freight Books following the departure of co-founder and director Adrian Searle earlier this week.

The Bookseller reported on Tuesday (25th April) that Searle had left the publisher abruptly citing "irreconcilable differences". The publisher's former production editor Robbie Guillory has been brought in to assist the publisher on an operational and strategic level, which has reassured some, but others have expressed concern for the future of the publisher, which was considered to be run as a "one-ma...

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