The network for trade,
training and development
Publishing Scotland organises or attends events that are a great
opportunity for network and publisher members to make business
contacts. They are generally open to all network and publisher
For information on an event email us, or for details of
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Publishing Scotland is delighted to take part in Book Week Scotland 2019 by hosting three fantastic author showcases, bringing you some of the most exciting authors working in Scotland today. These free unticketed events are on Tuesday 19 November in Glasgow; Wednesday 20 November in Linlithgow; and Thursday 21 November in Edinburgh.
Publishers are invited to meet with The Herald at the next Publishers Publicity Circle meeting which will take place at Waterstones, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, on 12 November.
Publishing Scotland assists its publishing members to export books and sell rights by hosting a collective national stand at book fairs including the Frankfurt Book Fair. The 2019 Fair ran from 16 to 20 October.
Free event in Edinburgh on 24 and 25 August 2019 open to all in the publishing industry at any level. Northern Lights is a collaborative project between the Edinburgh International Book Festival and Bradford Literature Festival designed to bring together Northern and Scottish publishers. Booking essential.
This free showcase in Glasgow on 22 August is a wonderful opportunity to engage with some of the most talented writers working in Scotland today. All welcome.
The 2019 festival runs from 10 to 26 August. Many of our publisher members will have books for sale in the book tents.
Scotland's Leading Creative Industries Festival is taking place in Inverness on 3 and 4 July. Several sessions will be of particular interest to publishers including: Creating Beautiful Illustrated Nonfiction; Impact of Screen on booksales; and Influential Women in Publishing.
E-Ming Fong, Partner, Dispute Resolution, talks about Scots law issues in publishing in this session in Glasgow.
This session for Publishing Scotland members took place on 18 June at Scott House from 2pm to 4pm. Members were able to find out more about audiobook services offered by providers including Glasgow Music Studio and Zebraluation.
Steven Henry, Deputy Editor of the Daily Mail Scotland, and freelancer Maggie Ritchie, were the speakers at this PPC/Publishing Scotland event on 13 June in Edinburgh.