What they say about Two Ravens Press:
'A quiet publishing revolution' THE HERALD
'One of our more stylish independent publishers' COUNTRY LIFE
'Two Ravens Press are prepared to take risks and as a result are one of the most interesting publishers around' SCOTT PACK, THE FRIDAY PROJECT
'The most talked-about publisher in Scotland' PUBLISHING NEWS
'Two Ravens have been creating a stir since they started in 2006, and in a time when major publishing houses are full of doom and gloom, the small independent press has been a beacon of light in the darkness, publishing quality work on a tight budget to considerable acclaim.'
DOUG JOHNSTONE, 'Northings' Magazine
What they say about EarthLines:
‘A real point of convergence for many thought-tributaries and philosophical paths.’ ROBERT MACFARLANE
‘A deeply intelligent publication, sensitive to nature and culture, with what is perhaps the greatest quality in a magazine: curiosity.’
‘Manages to do beauty and practicality in one place. A rare combination and much needed.’ GEORGE MONBIOT
... to Two Ravens Press, an independent publisher of contemporary British and international literature based on a working croft on the Atlantic edge of the Outer Hebrides.
Our books have been highly commended in, longlisted for, shortlisted for, or have won a number of major literary awards, including the Forward Prize, international IMPAC award, the Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year, The Saltire Society Book of the Year and First Book of the Year, the Saltire Society Homecomings Award, the McKitterick Prize, the Edge Hill Short Story Prize, and the inaugural Robin Jenkins Literary Award.
Two Ravens Press came into existence in November 2006 and since then has gone on to publish an impressive list of contemporary literary fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Our focus always has been on work that was challenging, innovative, and full of new ideas.
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