Black & White Publishing was founded in 1999 by Managing Director Campbell Brown and Publishing Director Alison McBride. Since then, the business has grown into one of Scotland’s leading independent publishers with over 300 books in print across a variety of genres. Committed to publishing the best books from the most talented writers in the UK and beyond, some of our bestselling authors include Juliet Conlin, Scottish rugby legend Doddie Weir, Vicky Allan, Anna Deacon, Kaye Adams, renowned sports commentator Andrew Cotter, Anthony O’Neill and Mairi Kidd. We produce an extensive range of titles, including general non-fiction, biography, sport and humour, as well as selected fiction. Our young adult imprint Ink Road was founded in 2017 and publishes novels from some of the most exciting voices in young adult fiction, including Estelle Maskame and Akemi Dawn Bowman. Itchy Coo, our award-winning Scots language imprint for children, has translated classics by Roald Dahl, Julia Donaldson, Jeff Kinney and JK Rowling among many others into Scots.
Celtic women, both 'ordinary' and 'extraordinary' have often been overlooked inrecorded history, while their male counterparts hogged the limelight. Too often written by the victors, and written by men, for men, the incredible stories of Scottish, Irish and Welsh women have been all-too-often banished to the footnotes of our nations'interwoven histories. This collection brings together the stories of those women already well-known, whoseplace in history is significant and remembered - or often misremembered - and thosewomen whose mark is found in the shadows, women whose stories are now uncoveredand celebrated in a new light.
MY NAME'5 DODDIE is a courageous and hugely entertaining celebration of a remarkable life being lived to the max. You will laugh, you may cry, but Doddie's story is an absolute must-read - rugby fan or not.
Lavishly illustrated and meticulously researched, The Art of Tweed explores the history of tweed, its origins and the enduring popularity of this versatile fabric in popular culture and fashion the world over.
A kidnapped girl that has grown up and left the orphanage, never knowing who her real parents are or the part she'll now play in Red's shocking revenge. And for those who have been living their lives in peace, with faded memories of twin boys who were put into care years ago, life is about to descend into hell.
The rivalry between Cardiff and Swansea is one of the fiercest there is anywhere. From the rugby pitch to the fierce football rivalry of the South Wales derby between the Bluebirds of Cardiff City FC and the Swans of Swansea City FC, this title features a collection of jokes, anecdotes, banter and diatribes as each city tries to outdo the other.
Book Festival Trading Ltd (SC246802) is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Edinburgh International Book Festival (a registered charity in Scotland SC010120) with its registered address at 5a Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, EH2 4DR.