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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Literarture Sector Online Consultation

From Creative Scotland

Online consultation - deadline for feedback: 14 November 2014
Scottish writers, storytellers, publishers, literature services professionals, booksellers, translators, book festivals and the general public are invited to have their say as part of a wide-ranging review of the literature and publishing sector in Scotland.  Creative Scotland has commissioned Nordicity in association with Drew Wylie Ltd. to undertake a review of Scotland’s literature and publishing sector. As part of the review process, the team is keen to consult with a wide range of organisations and individuals with a critical role to play in Scotland’s literature and publishing sector via an online survey.

The survey can be completed from Thursday 23 October, 2014 and will close on Friday 14 November, 2014, and is quick and easy to complete. For further information and to take part please visit this page

For more information on the Literature Sector Review and the online consultation, head to the Creative Scotland website here

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