One of our goals is to promote Scottish writing, past and present, and since our foundation in 2016 we’ve produced a variety of publications towards that end. A selection of current work can be viewed below. While we do not currently sell publications through our website, please get in touch via the contact form if you are interested in purchasing any of the items listed below.
James Hogg. The Skylark. This broadside was published to coincide with a reading by James Robertson from The Testament of Gideon Mack as part of Stirling’s ongoing study and celebration of Hogg. It was printed in a run of sixty unnumbered copies on our Columbian Press and embellished with an Indian woodblock. Sold out.
Rochelle Potkar. Lake Vostok. Written by the 2017 Charles Wallace Visiting Fellow, this broadside was printed in a run of fifty numbered copies on our Columbian Press. Copies available.
Mark Alexander Boyd. Sonet. Surviving as a unique printed fragment in the collection of the National Library of Scotland, our reprint of this sixteenth-century Scots sonnet is the first in our Stirling Scottish Broadsides series and was printed in a run of eighty numbered copies on our Adana Press. Copies available.
In the Prayse of Writing. This piece of seventeenth-century liminal verse, first published in David Browne’s Calligraphia (St Andrews, 1622) was commissioned by Innerpeffray Library and printed in a run of sixty numbered copies on our Columbian Press. Copies available from Innerpeffray Library.