Southside Publishing Edinburgh

HOMEPAGE SOUTHSIDE PUBLISHING

Southside Publishing is an independant digital and print publishing creative based in Edinburgh.  Our digital website, Southside Advertiser,  has been covering theatre, music and arts reviews since 2013, and we will be developing our own range of books and gift-trade products in 2021.

Southside Publishing will also be offering for sale publications by Lisa Sibbald - "Building Their Future" was published in December 2019, and  "In Loving Memory" will be published in early February 2020.

Available to pre-order now "Edinburgh's Southside History People Memories" by Lisa Sibbald

Southside Publishing offers both direct to public sales and trade to bookshops and gift shops.

CONTACT US

EMAIL southsideads@aol.com

Tel 07961 585 257

Trade enquiries please e mail for further information

Edinburgh's Southside History People Memories

A5 Softback

Page count 160 inc cover (approx to date)

Price (UK)15.00 + posts

Published by Lisa Sibbald

COMING SOON

Publishing date set for early November 2020 in time for Christmas sales.

ADVANCE ORDER SPECIAL PRICE

Price (UK)12.99 + posts

It always helps to have some idea of how many copies of a book to publish when going to the printers, so as a thank you, advance pre-publication orders are available at a special discount price.

TO ORDER EMAIL southsideads@aol.com  Payment is via Paypal invoice or UK cheque/BACS.

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In Loving Memory

A5 Softback

Page count 120 inc cover

Price (UK) 15.00 + posts

Published by Lisa Sibbald

AVAILABLE NOW

A fully illustrated look at Edinburgh's cemeteries and graveyards.

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In Loving Memory 15.00 + 2.00 P&P UK

TO ORDER EMAIL southsideads@aol.com  Payment is via Paypal invoice or UK cheque/BACS.

 

 

Building Their Future

A5 Softback

52 pages

Price  (UK) 7.99 + posts

Published by Lisa Sibbald

AVAILABLE NOW

In 1950s Edinburgh, some groups of men took a novel approach to the post-war housing shortage by forming associations and building their own homes.

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LISA SIBBALD