First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recommends Charco Press in THE SCOTSMAN

‘As I switch my tape recorder off, she (Nicola Sturgeon) strides across the room to her bookshelves and pulls out a handful of slim volumes. “Have you heard of Charco Press?” she asks. “It’s a new publishing house in Edinburgh which specialises in translated fiction from Latin America”. It occurs to me, then, that for a politician who is sometimes accused of trying to push Scots literature and language on to the curriculum, her tastes are anything but parochial.’

Read the full interview here.

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