The network for trade,
training and development
Find out about our industry, how it works, who to contact, and
how to start up as a publisher.
Publishing Scotland is the network, trade and development body
for the book publishing sector in Scotland.
Publishing encompasses digital versions of books and multimedia
products as well as printed books.
Government, creative industry and arts organisations have
responsibilities for policy areas affecting publishing.
Information about support and funding including new PS
Translation Fund for Scottish fiction and non-fiction.
These funds support Scottish publishers with digital projects or
training, or first-time visits to trade fairs.
What will Brexit mean for UK-based publishers? We round up
comment and advice.
There are few barriers to entry but a lot of practices
particular to the publishing industry.
If you are wondering about how to get work experience or an
internship, we have some information that will help.
Types of publishers and publishing jobs, qualifications,
training and tips on getting a job in publishing.
Some general advice and resources for writers on how to go about
getting a book published.
Publishing Scotland's Publisher and Author Codes of Practice,
and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy.
The primary remit of PLS is to oversee collective licensing (UK)
for book, journal, magazine and website copying.