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    Scotland Street Press

    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.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.

    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. The company has grown to support five paid part-time positions which make up its all women team:  Jean Findlay, Lucrezia Gaion, Antonia Weir, Kate Jowett and Catie Gladstone

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    9 Months in Tibet: 2016

    Adventurous and beguiling travel memoir by a young man of 23, voyaging over Europe to Tibet, on foot, horseback and bus. A coming of age book, ending when he witnesses the uprising of Tibetan monks in 1987, which was put down with violence by the Chinese authorities. With a forward by Alexander McCall Smith.

    A Large Czeslaw Milosz With a Dash of Elvis Presley

    Winner of an English Pen Award and shortlisted for the Jerzy Geidroyc Prize, Tania Skarynkina's collection of stories mix life in a small Belarusian town with thoughts on world literature.

    Ant: Collected Short Stories, War Serials and Selected Poems of C. K. Scott Moncrieff

    Known above all for his translation of Proust, Charles Scott Moncrieff also had his own poetry and stories published in literary periodicals in the early twentieth century. Here for the first time is a collection of these.

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    Black Snow Falling

    In 1593, a girl with spirit is a threat. Ruth has secrets. An old book of heresy belonging to her long-absent father. Hope is as faint as a moonbow. Dare Ruth trust the shadowy one who could destroy them all?

    Black Snow Falling

    This is a story about hope overcoming evil, written with satisfying moral complexity. Ruth's devastation breaks apart time. She sees that her hopes and dreams are a visceral halo of rainbow colours spinning to white... and that evil dream thieves are severing these halos from sleeping victims, many of whom she knows.

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