The winners of Scotland’s National Book Awards 2021 are announced, featuring a number of Publishing Scotland members.
A project to develop a guide to make literature events accessible for disabled people has reached its target budget.
Scotland’s first religious literary festival, organised by the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh, has been announced.
Book Industry Communication (BIC) has announced the appointment of Ruth Jones as Chair of its newly formed Board of Directors.
The Highland Society of London and Monaick Mhor Writers’ Centre have unveiled the Highland Book Prize 2021 longlist.
Ishbel Murray is to be the new Chair of the Gaelic Books Council.
Robbie Guillory has left the Kate Nash Literary Agency to start Underline Literary Agency.
The Bookseller has announced the shortlists for the FutureBook Awards 2021, featuring some of our publishing members.
HarperCollins UK is buying Pavilion books, with the deal to be finalised at the end of November 2021.
The William Hill Sports Book of the Year 2021 has been announced.
Scottish Book Trust has launched a major fundraising campaign, with the aim that everyone in Scotland has access to books.
Publishing Scotland launches a new short film on Scottish crime writing, featuring Ian Rankin, Graeme Macrae Burnet, and more.