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25 February 2020

Members' News

February 2020



Network Member of the Month is the Scottish Library & Information Council which is the independent advisory body to the Scottish Government on library and information related matters.

BDS celebrates 25 years of service as the foremost supplier of quality metadata to libraries.

Prepress Projects have achieved the Paths for All's Walk at Work Award.

Our distribution service BookSource is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Look out for the new logo on your next delivery and celebrations at London Book Fair.



Lark by Anthony McGowan (Barrington Stoke) is longlisted for The CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2020.

The National Galleries of Scotland exhibition title Bridget Riley has been shortlisted for the 'Best Exhibition Catalogue' at the Cultural Enterprises Awards.

The Nature of Spring by Jim Crumley (Saraband) has been shortlisted for the Richard Jefferies prize for nature writing.

My Name is Why by Lemn Sissay (Canongate Books) is shortlisted for the Slightly Foxed best biography prize. 

Luna Press Publishing have 3 titles in the British Science Fiction Association Book Awards longlists: For Your Own Good (in Wourism and Other Stories) by Ian Whates (Best Shorter Fiction), A Shadow Within: Evil in Fantasy and Science Fiction by Francesca T Barbini (ed) and About Writing by Gareth L Powell (both nominated for Best Non-Fiction).

The James Reckitt Hull Childrens Book Award 2020 shortlist includes D-Day Dog by Tom Palmer (Barrington Stoke). 

London Book Fair Trailblazer Awards Longlist includes Elizabeth Beck, digital and production coordinator at Saraband (Publishing Perspectives, 9 January 2020).