News & Events: Saraband

New year, new titles

New year, new titles

In 2019, Saraband is looking forward to another great year of publishing. As usual there will be a t …

Saraband is hiring!

Saraband is hiring!

Saraband is an award-winning independent publisher and a member of the Northern Fiction Alliance and …

Two Saraband books longlisted for Highland Book Prize

Two Saraband books longlisted for Highland Book Prize

Donald S Murray’s As the Women Lay Dreaming and Mandy Haggith’s The Walrus Mutterer have both made t …

Commemorating the Iolaire disaster

Commemorating the Iolaire disaster

As the Women Lay Dreaming, the debut novel by acclaimed Hebridean writer Donald S Murray, tells the …

Ghost Trees: Nature and People in a London Parish

Ghost Trees: Nature and People in a London Parish

Bob Gilbert’s Ghost Trees, published on 18 October 2018, delves into the previously unexplored natur …

Celebrating traditional Scots words about nature

Celebrating traditional Scots words about nature

In A Scots Dictionary of Nature, published on 20 September 2018, artist Amanda Thomson curates and p …

A thoroughly 21st-century take on Charlotte Brontë

A thoroughly 21st-century take on Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte Brontë Revisited, by young academic Sophie Franklin, shows clearly why the classic English …

Saraband authors at Edinburgh International Book Festival

Saraband authors at Edinburgh International Book Festival

Six of Saraband’s authors will be appearing at this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival, ta …

Reappraising Emily Brontë

Reappraising Emily Brontë

Emily Brontë’s incomparable Wuthering Heights is, for many of us, one of our most cherished novels, …

The Blackbird Diaries shortlisted for Lakeland Book of the Year

The Blackbird Diaries shortlisted for Lakeland Book of the Year

Karen Lloyd’s The Blackbird Diaries has been named as a finalist for this year’s prestigious Lakelan …