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18 September 2021

The 2015 to 2019 Fellows

Since the Publishing Scotland International Publishing Fellowship launched in 2015, there have been five cohorts of Fellows - in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. The global pandemic meant that the 2020 Fellowship is on hold until it is safe for it to take place - hopefully in 2022.

Below are the 46 Fellows who have already visited us in Scotland. Many are still in touch and catch up with each other and our publishers at book fairs and other events.

For the list of Fellows with short biographies (correct at the time of the visit), see the PDF of the Publishing Scotland International Publishing Fellows 2015 to 2019.

 

The 2019 Fellows

 2019 PS International Publishing Fellows

Ingrid Greaker Myhren, Jennifer Croll, Lisa Kramer, Ingrida Dubauskiene, Sergi Siendones Sospedra, Christine Scholz, Pedro Reisinho, Sabine Niemeier, Jenna Johnson and Nienke van Zwam. Photograph by Chris Scott - Chrisdonia

 

The 2018 Fellows

2018 PS International Publishing Fellows

Above from left: Eva Wallbaum, Gregory Limpens, Beatrice Masini, Päivi Paappanen, Raphaëlle Liebaert, Patrick Nolan, Regina Kammerer and Andrea Morstabilini. Photograph by Chris Scott - Chrisdonia

 

The 2017 Fellows

2017 PS International Publishing Fellows

Above from left: Alana Wilcox, Jackie Cantor, Andrzej Zysk, Ana Laura Caruso, Bénédicte Lombardo, Tina Arnold, Aleksi Siltala, Jane Palfreyman and Nina Grabe. Photograph by Chris Scott - Chrisdonia.

 

The 2016 Fellows

2016 PS International Publishing Fellows

Above from left: Dagfinn Moller, Elena Ramírez, Ilse Arkesteijn, Peter Hammans, Anders Sjöqvist, Mariagrazia Mazzitelli, Stephen Morrison, Iris Tupholme, Michael Reynolds and Martin Breitfeld. Photograph by Chris Scott - Chrisdonia.

 

The 2015 Fellows

2015 PS International Publishing Fellows

The very first Publishing Scotland International Publishing Fellows! Above from left: Eduardo Rabasa, Sarah MacLachlan, Halfdan Freihow, Claire Wachtel, Markus Naegele, Enrico Racca, Peter Borland and Lina Muzur. Photograph by Chris Scott - Chrisdonia.