The 2022 Fellows
The sixth International Fellowship was due to take place in 2020. Due to the pandemic it was postponed and will now take place 22 to 28 August 2022.
The Fellows who will take part in 2022 are:
- Dr. Cordelia Borchardt, S. Fischer Verlage, Germany
- Sarah Cantin, St. Martin’s Press, USA
- Nicolás Rodríguez Galvis, Éditions Métailié, France
- Esther Hendriks, De Arbeiderspers/Singel Publishers, The Netherlands
- Peter Joseph, Hanover Square Press/HarperCollins, USA
- Talia Marcos, Keter Books, Israel
- Jean Mattern, Editions Grasset & Fasquelle, France
- Andrea Stratilová, Albatros media, Czechia
- Mark Tauber, Chronicle Prism, an imprint of Chronicle Books, USA
To read short biographies of each Fellow, download the Publishing Scotland International Fellows 2022 PDF.
Photo. Top row from left to right: Andrea Stratilová, Albatros media, Czechia; Dr. Cordelia Borchardt, S. Fischer Verlage, Germany; Esther Hendriks, De Arbeiderspers/Singel Publishers, The Netherlands; Jean Mattern, Editions Grasset & Fasquelle, France; and Mark Tauber, Chronicle Prism, an imprint of Chronicle Books, USA. Bottom row from left to right: Nicolás Rodríguez Galvis, Éditions Métailié, France; Sarah Cantin, St. Martin’s Press, USA ; Talia Marcos, Keter Books, Israel ; and Peter Joseph, Harper Collins, USA.
The group will spend a week in Scotland at the end of August 2022 meeting Scotland-based publishers, agents and writers in a varied programme of events across the country.
The purpose of the visit is to help develop relationships between the international publishing community and the Scottish sector, facilitate rights selling and bring Scottish books to an international audience. Previous fellows have acted as advocates for the Scottish publishing scene. Prior to the pandemic, Scotland stand receptions at the Frankfurt and London Book Fairs were a hive of international activity as Fellows reconnect with the Scottish publishers.
The award-winning programme from the network, trade and development body for the book publishing sector in Scotland is supported by funding from the arts body Creative Scotland.
Download the full press release of 4 April 2022.