No previous knowledge is required for this introduction to proofreading course. The emphasis is on practical exercises using a variety of accessible texts. This course will be delivered online (Zoom) in four 90-minute sessions (one per day) on Tuesday 20, Thursday 22, Monday 26 and Thursday 29 September.
Publishing Scotland will host Jonny Gallant, Publisher Relations Director of Bookspeed, for a hybrid Open Book session on Thursday 29 September at 11.30am at the Publishing Scotland office and online to tell us more about the trends in the non-traditional market as well as sharing tips on the best way to work with Bookspeed.
International Translation Day is an international day celebrated every year on 30 September on the feast of St. Jerome, the Bible translator who is considered the patron saint of translators. The celebrations have been promoted by International Federation of Translators (FIT) ever since it was set up in 1953.
Award-winning author Lari Don presents The Tall Tale of the Giant’s Causeway. Discover the traditional Celtic folklore that inspired Lari’s witty story about two bickering giants, imagine your own magical adventures, and marvel at Emilie Gill’s playful and humorous illustrations which bring the story to life! In partnership with Publishing Scotland. Supported by Scotland’s Year of […]
National Poetry Day is the annual mass celebration on the first Thursday of October that encourages everyone to make, experience and share poetry with family and friends. Each year people come together to celebrate voices, words and stories that help to bridge understanding in our communities. In 2022 it will be celebrated on October 6. […]
Chasing the Deer: The red deer, majestic monarch of the glen, is Britain's largest land mammal and undisputed king of woodlands and glens. Common across the Scottish Highlands and resident elsewhere, the animal is emblematic of our wild country and a beloved icon. With thanks to Publishing Scotland, for sponsoring this event Tickets are available from […]