Scots short story author Chris McQueer explains how he found his writing voice and an audience for his "daft, weird and surreal" work.
Writer and lecturer Pàdraig MacAoidh debates the benefits and disadvantages of translating Scottish Gaelic poetry into English.
YA author Estelle Maskame shares her experience of going from writing on Watppad to publication with Scottish indie Black & White Publishing.
With a literary appetite that punches above its weight in population terms, Scottish book buyers backed their own in 2018.
Canongate’s publishing director, who joined the list in 2000 after a stint on work experience, explains how the cross-country indie’s brand building has resulted in... Read more
Edinburgh-based indie Luath Press' Gavin MacDougall talks about publishing prize-winner Poverty Safari by Darren McGarvey, as well as an upcoming title from the artist whose... Read more
After initiating a backlist refresh—one which was necessitated in order to reflect curriculum changes—Bright Red is looking forward to its second decade of educational publishing... Read more
Publishing Scotland's chief executive Marion Sinclair discusses the organisation's cross-border activities to help the Scottish book trade grow its international footprint.
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... Read more
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been a staunch supporter of the book trade and arts overall since she began her role in 2014.... Read more