The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland - Vol. 4

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INDEX
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Aarseth, Espen, 460, 463
Abacus, 67
Aberdeen, 5, 18, 84, 468
Aberdeen Free Press, 231
Aberdeen University Press (AUP), 5, 142, 145, 198, 320–1, 326, 350–1
Aberdeen’s People’s Press, 27
academic publishing, 198, 296, 314, 319, 321, 326, 327, 328–9
challenges faced by, 327–8
and Edinburgh University Press, 319–21
and electronic journals, 328
journals, 296, 314, 319
‘serials crisis’ in university libraries, 327, 328
Academic Publishing (firm), 198
Acair, 287, 288
Ackroyd, Peter, 415
Adam, Robert Moyes, 173, 176
Adams, Ellinor Davenport, 152
Addison, Rosemary, 15, 61–3, 94, 148–67, 155–8, 161–5, 245–8, 252–5
Adobe Systems Inc., 118, 119
advances, author, 426, 428
Adventure, 372, 373
Adventure Land, xx
advertising, 25, 63
Agbabi, Patience, 201
agents, literary see literary agents
Airdrie public library, 14, 42, 43–4
Akros, 11, 184, 256–8, 259, 267, 406, 408
Akros Publishing, 146, 406
Albany Book Co., 144
Alcott, Louisa May, 354
Allan, Dot, 244
Makeshift, 238
Allan, John Robertson, 165
Allen, Nick, 165
Allen, Walter, 402
Altick, Richard D., 312
Amalgamated Press, 360, 371, 372, 373, 377, 378
Amazon, 82, 447, 476
American Booksellers Association (ABA), 474
And, Miekal, 461
And Thus Will I Freely Sing (anthology), 269
Anderson, Ian, 167
Andrew, Hugh, 80, 147, 264
Angus, Marion, 39, 236, 243
Annan, James Craig, 155, 174
Annan, Thomas, 170
The Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow, 170, 174
Annand, J. K., 268
annuals, children’s, 354, 360–1, 372
anthologies, 269
Aonghas Pàdraig Caimbeul, 293
Apple Macintosh, 117–18
Argyll Publications, 270
Armitage, Simon, 269
artist’s books (livres d’artistes), 148, 149, 175, 176
Arts Council of Great Britain, 406
Arts and Crafts, 151, 153
Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society, 154
Arts Review (radio programme), 25
Associated Book Publishers Ltd, 326
Associated Booksellers of Great Britain and Ireland, 31, 83, 185
Association for Scottish Literary Studies (ASLS), 267
Atkins, Anna, 169
Atkinson, Damian, 220–2
atlases see cartographic publishing
Atwood, Margaret, 200
Auden, W. H., 246–7
Auriol, George, 159
Australia, 6
emigration to, 3, 4
Author, The, 390
authors, 387, 388–408
1880–1914, 388–92
1914–45, 392–3, 395–8, 401–2

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