Laura Jones and Heather McDaid reflect on the rise of their indie press 404 Ink since its launch last year and how they achieved it.... Read more
Rosemary Ward discusses the growing demand for Gaelic books as the number of Gaelic readers in Scotland and throughout the world increases.... Read more
Matthew Fitt, co-founder of Itchy Coo Books, reflects on the cultural and commercial advantages of publishing in the Scots language.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reveals the lifelong love of reading that has compelled her and her government to increase its budget for funding the arts.... Read more
Benedicte Page wonders whether the continuing decline in library services and book loans could put the future of reading in jeopardy.
The bestselling crime writer north of the border in 2017, Peter May, saw his breakout novel rejected by 25 UK publishers. But, as he reveals... Read more
An eye-opening incident in the classroom of a Glaswegian primary school led Victoria Williamson to question the fundamentals of her fiction—and to get to know... Read more
Scottish publishers 404 Ink and BHP Comics talk to us about partnering on a graphic novel anthology that celebrates the centenary of women gaining the... Read more
Saraband publisher Sara Hunt talks about the impact of Graeme Macrae Burnet's Man Booker Prize shortlisting on the company and its recent move to Manchester.... Read more
Poetry plays a central role in Scotland’s cultural circles and also impacts many of its citizens on a day to day basis, due in no... Read more