discovering routes in roots.
Taproot Press is an Edinburgh-based publisher committed to presenting challenging, contemporary voices from both Scotland and beyond.
Taproot Press was started by two University of Edinburgh students, Patrick and Dani, with the help of experienced editor Jennie Renton and poets Robert Alan Jamieson and Miranda Pearson.
‘A remarkable novella, interweaving threads of disparate lives over two centuries […] tales come together to create a satisfying whole, encompassing personal relationships, political upheavals and the shadow of war.’ The Scotsman
In this latest book by Saltire-shortlisted Linda Cracknell, the history of a Perthshire woollen mill is told through the lives of those locked in and out of its walls: a wandering stone mason, disaffected architect, and rural suffragette.
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Taproot Press is an independent, Edinburgh-based publisher of challenging, contemporary literature from Scotland and around the world.
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