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This year's Booker Prize-winning novel, Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart, is to be translated into Turkish, Serbian, Portuguese and Arabic, following grants from the Publishing Scotland Translation Fund.
Barack Obama kicked off the American Booksellers Association (ABA) Winter Institute yesterday (18th February) by thanking bookstores for their work in passing on knowledge.
This week we reveal the small presses and independent bookshops that make up our regional and country shortlists for this year’s British Book Awards.
With its witty, ruthless skewering of the Indian middle classes, Rahul Raina’s roistering, whip-smart and deliciously fun Delhi-set crime caper, How to Kidnap the Rich, is the first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century.
Over the past decade, from somewhere under the radar, Cotswolds-dwelling Kiwi Owen Eastwood has become one of the worlds most in-demand performance coaches. The elite teams and organisations he has worked with include the England football team, the Scotland rugby squad, and the South African cricket teams (all men’s), as well as the Royal Ballet School, and the Command Group of NATO.