Edinburgh-born Jean Findlay has spent her life working in various areas of literature. She set up Scotland Street Press in 2014 and now publishes Scottish and international authors, selling the rights worldwide. Scotland Street Press has published twenty-four books, four of them partially or entirely written in Scots – the most recent ones are Wilson’s Ornithology and Burds in Scots, a poem collection by Hamish MacDonald and Alindarka’s Children (Things Will Be Bad), by Alhierd Bacharevič. SSP publications have been well received with reviews in the Times Literary Supplement, The Herald, Country Life, The Sunday Times, The National and our authors have been features in BBC radio programmes. Both in 2019 and 2020 the press has been shortlisted for the Bookseller Small Press of the Year Award. The press has participated to the EIBF since 2016 featuring at least two authors in the programme. This year 5 of our authors would have participated if it weren’t for the pandemic. Scotland Street Press collaborates on every aspect of every book, and this process has been highly educative for the emerging young publishers who undertake internships with us. We have worked with many student interns from Scotland and Europe. Currently, the team comprises Jean Findlay, Head of Publishing as project manager, Don Morrison, the sales rep, and Lucrezia Gaion, currently in the paid position of freelance Publishing Assistant.