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20 October 2018

Members' News

Publishing Scotland Members' news Autumn 2018

 

Biblichor: Network Member of the Month

Each month we feature one of our network members. 

Established in 2016, Biblichor provides typesetting and design services to independent publishers, academic institutions and heritage bodies.

We have particular expertise in design-led and image-heavy projects.  Our team can create facsimile content for out-of-print analogue titles and also provide eBook/epub, open source, reprographic, art-working and data entry/conversion services.  We can offer cost-saving advice on unusual or complex projects and we're happy to tackle messy, fragmented or heavily copy-edited manuscripts. 

For more details, see Biblichor's page in our network members list and the Biblichor website.

 

 

Member news 

Canongate Books have a title shortlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction: Amateur: A True Story About What Makes a Man by Thomas Page McBee.

Sandstone Press have two books longlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award 2018: Bump, Bike & Baby: Mummy's Gone Adventure Racing by Moire O'Sullivan and The Mountains Are Calling: Running in the High Places of Scotland by Jonny Muir.

Heather McDaid and Laura Jones of 404 Ink have been shortlisted for Rising Star of the Year in the  Business Women Scotland and Women's Enterprise Awards 2018.

The National Library of Scotland's current exhibition is Strike for Freedom: Slavery, Civil War and the Frederick Douglass family and the accompanying book is published by Edinburgh University Press (If I Survive by Celeste-Marie Bernier and Andrew Taylor).

Rosemary Ward takes up the post of Director of Programme at Scottish Book Trust on 8 October 2018. She was until recently Director of the Gaelic Books Council, a post she took up in 2010. 

Congratulations to Bright Red Publishing who recently celebrated 10 years of successful business publishing study guides.