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Sandstone Press Managing Director Robert Davidson has acquired There’s Always the Hills by Cameron McNeish

Sandstone Press has acquired Cameron McNeish’s memoir, in which he candidly recalls the ups and downs of a full life, much of it in the public eye, much of it until now unseen. In addition to being one of the country’s best known outdoor television presenters, and an author with many books...

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Sandstone Press appoint Ceris Jones to Marketing and Publicity Officer

Sandstone Press has appointed Ceris Jones to replace Keara Donnachie as Marketing and Publicity Officer, based at the company’s head office in Dingwall. Ceris has a business management and marketing degree from Heriot-Watt University, and is currently completing her final module as an...

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The Solitary Woman of Shakespeare by James Terry longlisted for the HWA Debut Crown 2017

The longlist for this year’s HWA Debut Crown has been released, featuring twelve titles. We are delighted that the list includes The Solitary Woman of Shakespeare by James Terry, published by Sandstone Press. The judges have described The Solitary Woman of Shakespeare as a ‘very funny but...

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The Restless Wave: Sandstone acquires Helen Bellany memoir

Sandstone Press has just acquired world rights from Jenny Brown Associates of a personal memoir by Helen Bellany of her life with the artist John Bellany. Candid and revealing, the story ranges from Helen’s early life in the highlands of Scotland to their whirlwind romance after meeting at art...

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Stephanie Wolfe Murray

All of us at Sandstone Press are saddened to learn of the death of Stephanie Wolfe Murray, co-founder of Canongate Books. At a time when publishing in Scotland was considered to be mainly a local endeavour, Canongate under her leadership became a significant literary institution leading, in turn,...

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