The network for trade,
training and development
Publishing Scotland is the network body for the book publishing
industry in Scotland, working to promote and protect the interests
of its members, both nationally and internationally.
Our new rights publication with Creative Scotland is available
at book fairs and to download as a PDF.
In August 2017 the Scottish publishing industry will welcome
nine senior publishers from the US, South America, Europe and
Australia to meet Scottish publishers and experience a taste of the
Scottish book world.
Our 2017 joint conference with the Booksellers Association took
place in Edinburgh on 22 February.
Their 40th anniversary has been a stellar year for Floris Books,
winners of the Saltire Society Scottish Publisher of the Year 2016.
Leah McDowell also won the inaugural Emerging Publisher of the Year
and their books have been picking up awards too including a
prestigious Blue Peter Award.
Available to international publishers for the translation of
Publishing Scotland and members will be on our collective stand
E91 in Hall 6 at the Frankfurt Book Fair 11 to 15 October
Publishing Scotland provides support, training, funding and
advocacy for the book publishing sector in Scotland.
Latest jobs and advice on finding a job in publishing
Apply for this 3 days per week post in Edinburgh by 25 August 2017.
Apply for these temporary posts (varied hours) in Edinburgh by Wednesday 23 August 2017.
Digital Content Assistant - 12-month internship available in the IT team with Witherby Seamanship in Livingston - apply by 29 August.
Apply for this temp to permanent post in Dalkeith by 14 September 2017.
Expressions of interest are sought for successful publishing imprint Freight Books.
Join the 2017 Wigtown Book Festival team for a month-long paid internship in events management and arts administration. Deadline Monday 14 August.
Prague (apply by 31 August) and Granada (apply by 10 September) are currently offering residencies to writers and translators from across the world.
Here are quick links to the answers to some of the questions we
get asked most frequently
You can research publishers and submit your book for
consideration or you can publish it on your own (see Getting
For small publishers and self-publishers especially with just
one book, doing it yourself is sometimes the only option. Read more
on joining and browse or search our lists of publisher
members and network members.
Book now for Writing Digital Content, Proofreading and Copy-editing later in the year.
Our new publication with Creative Scotland is available at book
fairs and to download as a PDF.
Our dynamic and lively discussion on the state of the publishing
industry today in the UK and abroad. Book online.
Visit BooksfromScotland.com our curated online
showcase of thousands of Scottish books.
Publishing Scotland's distribution service BookSource is one of the UK's
fastest growing distributors.
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Publishing Scotland is based at Scott House, 10 South St Andrew
Street, Edinburgh EH2 2AZ. Our training also takes place there.
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