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    404 Ink

    404 Ink is the award-winning, independent publisher of powerful fiction and social issue-driven non-fiction, based in Edinburgh.

    With co-founders described as ‘the “nasty women” shaking up the book industry’ (Huck magazine), 404 publishes diversely and loudly, showcasing the likes of Chris McQueer, Nadine Aisha Jassat, Elle Nash & more.

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    On the Edges of Vision

    Tales half-told, truths half-true: On the Edges of Vision brings short stories of memory and the monstrous self.

    Mayhem & Death

    Mayhem & Death is the matured, darker companion to On the Edges of Vision and shows McClory's ever expanding ability to envelop and entrance her readers with lyrical language of lore, stunning settings and curious characters.

    Animals Eat Each Other

    A young woman embarks on a fraught three-way relationship and begins to recognise the dark undertow of obsession and jealousy that her presence has created between Matt and Frances, and finds herself balancing on a knife's edge between pain and pleasure, the promise of the future and the crushing isolation of the present.

    The Goldblum Variations: Adventures of Jeff Goldblum Across the Known (and Unknown) Universe

    The Goldblum Variations is a collection of flash fiction, stories and games on the one and only Jeff Goldblum as he, and alternate versions of himself, travels through the known (and unknown) universe in a mighty celebration of weird and wonderful Goldbluminess.

    The Last Days of James Scythe: A report for the Ombudsman of the Preternatural

    What you are about to read is confidential. Many have tried to follow the story of James Scythe's disappearance but no one has been granted full access to the official case files to piece together exactly what happened to him in his last days. Until now. These are Lilly Banning's findings. We trust you will keep this between us.

    Never, Ever Take Anybody's Advice on Anything: And other advice on careers and life from successful Scots

    What's the one piece of advice you wish you had at the start of your career? Euan Lownie asked this question to influencers from across Scottish industries include Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, actor Alan Cumming, forensic anthropologist Dame Sue Black, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and many more. Ideal gift for those wondering 'what next?'

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