Britain’s foremost investigator of wildlife crime offers a unique insight into the enforcement of wildlife law, presented in a style that is both humorous and makes for easy reading.
(ISBN 978-1-906134-25-9) £9.99
This sequel to Stewart’s Wildlife Detective is, like its predecessor, full of fascinating information regarding the nefarious, and sometimes downright silly, world of wildlife crime.
(ISBN 978-1-906134-79-2) £9.99
A work of non-fiction regarding the Govan origins of Scotland’s Community Based Housing Associations. A must for anyone with an interest in Scottish social history.
(ISBN 978-1-908931-20-7) £9.99
Pet Hates: The Shocking Truth about Pets and Vets is a wickedly cynical account of life as a Scottish animal doctor. This book is as far removed from James Herriot’s quaint memoirs as one can imagine. With illustrations by Frank Boyle.
(ISBN 978-1-9022831489) £7.99
Tom Crainey delves into the little-known story of the Kilsyth Weavers, ordinary people who nonetheless helped to play a substantial role in the struggle for democratic freedoms many now take for granted.
(ISBN 978-1-908931-30-6) £9.99
Originally published in 1822, this was one of the earliest collections of folktales ever produced in Britain and form an essential part of folkloric history, as well as being fascinating stories in their own right. Edited by Tim Killick, with an introduction and notes on the text.
(ISBN 978-1-906841-08-9) £12.50
The Scottish Landscape Photographer Of The Year Collection 2 is edited by Stuart Low and is packed full of breathtaking images of Scotland’s land, sea, and urban places from the winners of Scotland’s national outdoor photography competition.
(ISBN 978-0-9935413-0-8) £25.00
This book features 100 unique portraits of writers and poets taken over the space of six years at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Get the full ‘Charlotte Square in the month of August’ experience with this delightful assemblage.
(ISBN 978-1-909305-81-6) £30.00
A debut autobiographical work, this is a remarkable account of a personal struggle which is written with humour, dignity and shares valuable and much needed insight.
(ISBN 978-1-908373-43-4) £8.99
A memoir from poet and jack of all trades Steve Harvey which chronicles his many foreign adventures around the globe interspersed with examples of his poetry.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-634-4) £9.99
An autobiographical tale ostensibly regarding a middle aged man’s desire to learn to surf, Board explores loss, ego, fear and fatherhood, with warmth and honesty.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-693-1) £11.99
Pax Edina is the subtitle of the One O'Clock Gun Anthology, edited by Craig Gibson. An anthology of the first four years of the One O’Clock Gun, a popular literary broadsheet distributed freely around Edinburgh pubs. This collection contains over fifty writers and poets, from the eminent to the grassroots. Illustrated by Lucy McKenzie with an introduction by Robert Alan Jamieson.
(ISBN 978-0-9554885-5-9) £10.00
In this work A Constitution For The Common Good, W. Elliot Bulmer considers the results of the referendum and suggests some intermediate positions between devolution and independence following the ‘No’ vote in September 2014.
(ISBN 978-1-90825-108-4) £13.99
More satire directed at the former PM by Owen Dudley Edwards. This book takes the form of a letter, whereby the author explains to Mr Cameron the reasons behind the triumph of the ‘Better Together’ campaign.
(ISBN 978-1-910021-69-9) £9.99
JD Fergusson’s Modern Scottish Painting is a landmark book on Scotland’s art, yet when it was first published wartime restrictions meant it was without illustrations. This new edition brings a seminal text of the 20th century Scottish political and cultural revival into current discourse on Scottish identity, alongside full colour reproductions of Fergusson’s work.
(ISBN 978-1-910021-88-0) £10.00
A handsome book of photography which clearly demonstrates the magnificence and diversity of the Scottish landscape. Wright compliments his photographs with vivid descriptions of the land's history and discussions about its future.
(ISBN 978-1-908373-83-0) £16.99
Scotland’s Democracy Trail follows the emergence of democratic thought and action in Scotland from the 16th century onwards, linking pivotal events to locations along the way. It is a story of ups and downs, triumphs and tragedies, borne along by a stubborn, persistent advance.
(ISBN 978-1-910021-67-5) £6.99
In the 1970s, Richard Demarco embarked on a series of journeys, starting in Edinburgh and radiating out across Europe, to recover a sense of our living culture in the environments around us. Forty years later, the journey is renewed with this reproduction of Demarco's original artwork and his first Meikle Seggie essay, along with a new translation into Italian.
(ISBN 978-1-910021-84-2) £15.00
Lou Rosenburg’s book makes a very valuable contribution to our understanding of the evolution of working class housing provision in Scotland in the early part of the 20th Century. It is meticulously researched, well written, attractively laid out and generously illustrated with photographs, plans and period artwork.
(ISBN 978-9930544-2-6) £14.99
Alan Stewart’s account of a year walking a Highland farming and shooting estate demonstrates that a vast range of wildlife can thrive where conservation is embraced within land management. The book is a culmination of a lifetime’s knowledge of wildlife, the author guiding the reader into the secret lives of the birds and animals in his native Perthshire.
(ISBN 978-0-9932828-3-6) £9.99