Tagged: Adrian Searle

Freight Books' creditors owed nearly £160k

Freight Books’ authors have been told to buy back their stock or face it being pulped after creditors have revealed the company’s debt is estimated... Read more

Searle speaks about demise of Freight Books

Adrian Searle has spoken out for the first time since leaving Freight Books, calling the demise of the publisher a "personal tragedy" but not one which... Read more

Searle sets up new publisher as Freight Books is wound up

Adrian Searle has set up a new publishing company, The Bookseller understands, as his former press Freight Books is officially wound up.... Read more

Demise of Freight Books 'huge loss' to Scottish landscape

The news that Scottish indie Freight Books has been put under the control of a liquidator has been met with distress and dismay from the... Read more

Liquidator takes control of Freight Books

A liquidator has taken control of troubled Scottish publisher Freight Books and all employee contracts have been terminated. Read more

Freight asks authors to buy own books

Troubled publisher Freight Books has been accused of "rubbing salt in the wound" by sending an email to writers asking if they wanted to buy... Read more

Freight Books taken to court

Glasgow-based printing company Bell and Bain Printers has taken Freight Books to court over unpaid work dating back to the beginning of the year.... Read more

Freight Books in talks to sell

Scottish independent Freight Books has revealed that it is "exploring the opportunity" to sell off the company. Read more

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... Read more

Adrian Searle quits Freight Books citing 'irreconcilable differences'

Adrian Searle, co-founder and director of Scottish independent publisher Freight Books, has left the company following “irreconcilable differences over strategic direction”. Read more

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