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Solas, coming June 2022

Want to learn more about how publishing works? Looking for author Q&As? Or are you just looking for your next read? Whatever it is, you’re in the right place.

Books from Lockdown

To say that lockdown has been an unusual time would be a massive understatement. The Stryvling team are a group of current MLitt students of Stirling’s Publishing Studies course, yet due to restrictions we have never met in person. As a way to get to know our fellow course members and some of our lecturers, the MarketingContinue reading “Books from Lockdown”

Closed Until Further Notice: Project Management in the time of COVID-19

A lot has happened in 2020 and it’s only July. It’s only July and yet this year has become the embodiment of the (alleged) ancient curse may you live in interesting times. I won’t provide a list of all that has happened as I’m sure you are well-informed. This is not an informative blog post,Continue reading “Closed Until Further Notice: Project Management in the time of COVID-19”

Paperback Launch: Fan Q&A

If you’ve been reading this blog, you’ve heard from us and our delightful authors. To celebrate the paperback release of Time and Tide (out now!) we bring you Stryvling Press superfan, Shannon Currie. Project Assistant Federica Trogu sat down for a lovely chat with Shannon about books (no surprises here), her takes on Time andContinue reading “Paperback Launch: Fan Q&A”

WATCH: Project Managing ‘Time & Tide’

Interested in project management? Curious about how to manage an anthology? This video offers a behind-the-scenes look at the project management process of Time & Tide. Stryvling Press catch up with Madelaine Fortier, the project manager for the publishing press’ latest literary anthology, Time & Tide.

Dianne-Dominique Theakstone on accessible housing, creative writing and her new short story ‘Peer Support’

Dr. Dianne-Dominique Theakstone graduated, along with her four-year-old guide dog Merlin, with a PhD in Applied Social Sciences from the University of Stirling in 2018. Her passion is in co-production research, involving disabled people on the issues of social care and accessible housing. This inspired her enrolment on the MLitt. Creative Writing course, so thatContinue reading “Dianne-Dominique Theakstone on accessible housing, creative writing and her new short story ‘Peer Support’”

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