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Keen to find your next favourite book? Or have you ever wondered what it's really like to work in an indie publishing house? Then welcome to the Ringwood Publishing Podcast! We're part of a non-profit press based in Glasgow, and every Saturday we meet with authors, staff and more to discuss all things books and publishing.
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Ever wondered what it's like to work for an indie publishing house? We speak with interns Megan Gibson and Annika Dahlman about their many experiences working at Ringwood, as well as their current responsibilities as lead editors for two upcoming book releases, The World's End Murders: The Inside Story by Tom Wood and Song of the Stag by R. M. Brow…
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In this episode we talk with L.A. Kristiansen about her upcoming release, Revenge of the Tyrants, the second book in a series on the Scottish Wars of Independence, which will be launched on Sunday, April 28th at 2pm at Hillhead Library in Glasgow! The event is free and you can grab a copy of Revenge of the Tyrants there. Born and bred in Glasgow, a…
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Welcome back to the Ringwood Publishing Podcast! Season 3 is here and in this episode we are excited to have T. Y. Garner with us to discuss his debut novel, The Hotel Hokusai. Tony is a Glasgow-based writer of fiction and poetry, and has worked as an English as a second language teacher for many years. We discuss a whole range of topics related to…
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In a special end of year episode of the podcast, we're joined by Ringwood Co-founder and board member, Sandy Jamieson! We'll be discussing Ringwood's highs and lows of 2023, and Sandy shares his hopes for the future of Ringwood, as well as some new year's resolutions. Want to capitalise on our fantastic festive deals? Head over to our website and g…
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This week we're joined by award-winning short story writer and novelist, Mark Gallacher! We'll be discussing his novel Saved From the Fire, as well as his literary inspirations and top tips for story writing. Liking the sound of Saved From the Fire? Grab yourself a copy here Enjoying the Podcast? Follow our socials! Instagram: ringwoodpublishingpod…
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On this week's episode of The Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we're joined by the lovely Laura Hunter! We'll be discussing her role as social media manager here at Ringwood, as well as her role as Communications Officer for the Society of Young Publishers and her work with Successful Women at Glasgow. Enjoying the Podcast? Follow our socials! Instagra…
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Are you a fan of historical fiction? You're in luck: this week on the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we're joined by Rob McInroy, author of the award-winning Bob Kelty series of crime novels set in the period before WW2! Join us as we chat about why historical fiction resonates, Rob's top tips for writing, and get a sneak peek at the series' next ins…
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Got an appetite for tales of the most mystifying murder cases in Scotland? Then we think you'll love the novels of Allan Nicol - and he's with us today to tell you everything you want to know. Join us while we talk to Allan about his new takes on the case of Maxwell and Sheila Garvie and how his experiences as a lawyer influence his writing. Plus, …
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Ever thought about how cool it would be to work at an indie bookshop? As a bookseller at Typewronger Books in Edinburgh, previous Ringwood intern Namitha Iyer knows all about it, and she's here to give us a glimpse of what it's really like. What's the most surprising thing about working in a bookshop, what's the personal touch that makes Typewronge…
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On this week's episode of the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we've got some exciting news: our annual short story competition is open for entries! Hear from last year's winner-turned-judge Maureen Cullen about her fantastic short stories and what makes a winning story. And it's not just the competition we have in store! If you've ever wanted to try y…
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This week on the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, is there a chill in the air? Perhaps a spectral presence? No, not really: the only thing giving us shivers is how excited we are for our newest title, The Bone on the Beach! Join us as we chat to Ringwood author Fiona Gillan Kerr about her debut novel, a mysterious and beautiful tale rooted in a tragic …
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Welcome back to the Ringwood Publishing Podcast! Season 2 is here, and new hosts Matilda Eker and Jess Court are ready to deliver you more insights from the world of publishing. This week, we're delighted to welcome back host of Season 1, Rosie Watts, to share all about her experiences behind the scenes, talk about where she is now, and reveal who …
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In this episode, we are joined by Mridula Sharma, who walks us through the life and work of late Leela Soma and discusses Ringwood-led events organised in Leela's memory at the 2023 Glasgow Mela. Below is the full schedule: OSCH tent 13:00-14:00: Ringwood Panel: BIPOC Writing in Scotland 16:45-17:45: Join us for the first ever Mela Open Mic Session…
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On this week's episode of the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we're joined by the wonderful Hayley Bannon! We'll be discussing her role as audiobook production manager, the advantages of listening to books, and Ringwood's incredible partnership with Publishing Scotland that has enabled the production of our very first audiobook. Fan of true crime? Our…
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On this week's episode of the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we're delighted to be joined by current intern Emma Clarke! We'll be discussing her current roles at Ringwood, how remote working works for her, and her future plans to come to Scotland. Keen to become a Ringwood intern, or know someone else who would be? You can find out more about our int…
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This week on the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we're joined by past intern Sara Roberts, now marketing executive at Penguin Random House, to talk about her experience while at Ringwood and her publishing journey after. Curious about joining the Ringwood family and kickstarting your own career in publishing? We'd love to have you on board! You can fi…
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Mental health is incredibly important, but sometimes it can be hard to open up. That's where the support of Andy's Man Club comes in. In this week's episode, find out more about the fantastic work they do as we sit down with David from the Glasgow branch to discuss the charity's origins, its ethos, and how they support men who are struggling. If yo…
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This week on the Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we're joined by author of Ruxton Tom Wood to discuss his writing and his research into the Burke and Hare murders as we prepare for the launch of Carol Margaret Davison's novel Bodysnatcher! Keen to immerse yourself in the world of Burke and Hare? Bodysnatcher releases on the 28th of May. You can order …
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We are very excited to be joined by author Carol Margaret Davison, whose debut novel is being launched at the end of this month. Bodysnatcher intimately and skilfully addresses love, religion, domestic abuse, poverty, addiction, crime, and mystery, amongst so many more, through an untold story of the infamous Burke and Hare murders. If you would li…
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In this week's episode, we're joined by Shannon Genereau and Megan Gibson to talk about their experiences editing The First of May by Brendan McLaughlin, a warm and impassioned memoir about his incredibly multifaceted life as political activist, musician, and pillar of Glaswegian community. The First of May will be launched on Monday May 1st 2023, …
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For our launch of The Ringwood Publishing Podcast, we are delighted to welcome award-winning journalist and author Carlos Alba, writer of There's a Problem with Dad. In this episode, Carlos briefly introduces his writing process and the inspiration behind his novel. Like what you hear? Carlos will be talking about his novel in more depth on Sunday …
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