The Stathmartine Press was set up in 2014, and in November 2016 launched its first publication, Crail and its Fisheries, 1550 – 1600, by Professor Thomas Riis. A second book, Pittenweem Priory by R Anthony Lodge, is also available. The third book from the Strathmartine Press is Law, Lordship and Tenure by Alan R Borthwick and Hector L MacQueen.
The objective of the press is to publish small, high-quality, monographs (normally of 30,000 – 50,000 words) on any aspect of Scottish History, and enquiries are invited from potential authors.
If you are interested in publication through the Strathmartine Press, please complete the Application Form and send it to email@example.com. Informal enquiries may also be made to the same address.
Applications for publication should be made by 1 September annually, after which potential publications for the ensuing year will be selected, and the authors informed. The completed typescripts should be forwarded to the Press not more than six months thereafter, after which expert readers will be asked for reports. For those deemed suitable for publication, author contracts would then be issued, and, following satisfactory completion of any recommended revisions, publication would follow within approximately six months.