Edinburgh People is a photographic journey through the lens of an Edinburgh taxi driver.
Chapman is Scotland's leading literary magazine.
Books by the Loud Poets are stocked in the Scottish Design Exchange.
The Word Bank is a publishing, literacy and writers’ project with a distinctive community focus.
Vagabond Voices is an independent publisher that is both Scottish and European in its aims.
Tapsalteerie is a Scottish poetry pamphlet publisher based in rural Aberdeenshire.
Eats, sleeps, draws.
Slave to Fortune is a captivating historical novel written by Leith based author, DJ Munro.
The One O’Clock Gun is an A2 literary broadsheet which folds to an A4 size for display purposes.
The Association of Scottish Literary Studies.
Established in Burns' country in 1981, Luath Press is now based on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Jessica Stafford Cameron has has illustrated the books ‘The Tale of Jessie the Highland Cow,’ ‘I Once Had a Chimpanzee,’ ‘Harry the Hairy Hamster’ and colouring books, written by her father-in-law Sir Roy Cameron.
The Hibernian History Handbook might be the only book you ever need.
Paul Charles is The Unconventional Scribbler.
Edinburgh-based Leamington Books publishes occasional titles in various styles and genres.
Thirsty Books is an independent publisher based in Edinburgh's Old Town.
Some will be surprised to learn that East London Press has an office in Granton, Edinburgh.
Pilrig Press started in late 2010 as an independent micro publisher based in Edinburgh.
Butcher's Dog is a biannual poetry magazine, founded in the North East of England.
Fledgling Press was founded in 2000 with the aim of publishing and promoting new authors.
Simon James is the author of the thriller Ghost Note.