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Sandstone Press at Wigtown Book Festival

We're looking forward to heading down to Scotland's national book town for their annual literary festival - we hope to see you there! 30/09, 15:00: Join Truestory author Catherine Simpson to hear about her new memoir, When I Had a Little Sister. 02/10, 13:30: Join Jenni Calder for a discussion...

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On the blog: Fixed Odds on tour

It's finally our stop on the Fixed Odds blog tour! If you like to try before you buy, you're in luck. We're delighted to be sharing an extract of William's latest Robbie Munro thriller, but first, a bit about the series, the book and the author. The Robbie Munro thrillers: Defence lawyer...

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The Easternmost House by Juliet Blaxland: Shortlisted for the Wainwright Prize

Congratulations to Juliet Blaxland! The Easternmost House has been shortlisted for the Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize 2019. The Sandstone Press team is delighted for Juliet. Publisher Robert Davidson says ‘In describing both the human life and natural history of this fascinating locale as...

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Sandstone Press at Edinburgh International Book Festival

Edinburgh International Book Festival is a real highlight of the literary year - we love being introduced to new authors from across the world, and we love having the chance to introduce our authors to new readers. 11/08, 14:00: Join Daniel Shand for a creative writing workshop SOLD...

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Jenni Calder: Reading Naomi Mitchison

Earlier this month we launched The Burning Glass by Jenni Calder, the first biography of Naomi Mitchison to cover the entirety of her life. To celebrate, we asked Jenni to recommend some books as a starting point for readers who are new to Mitchison. Where do you start, with over 70 books by...

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