The Scottish Text Society is a major publisher of important texts from Scotland's literary history. Since 1882 it has played a significant part in reviving interest in the literature and languages of Scotland. The Society's editions are both scholarly and accessible.
To date, the Society has published over 150 volumes, covering poetry, drama, and prose, from the fourteenth to the nineteenth centuries. The majority of its editions are in the high period of Older Scots literature, from 1500 to 1700.
This website contains information on the full backlist, recent editions, ways to buy books, and guidance on how to become a member of the STS and support the Society.
The STS is entirely funded by membership subscription, so please consider joining in order to maintain publications. If you have any comments or questions, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please see Contact Us on how to get in touch.
The Society has members all over the world. Subscription rates are currently £30 for private individual members and £40 for institutional membership.
News about the STS will be broadcast in a number of ways. Members receive a regular newsletter, and the Society maintains a Twitter Feed and Facebook page.
The STS is currently publishing its fifth series. The most recent volumes are:
|12||Richard Holland, The Buke of the Howlat, ed. Ralph Hanna ISBN 9781897976395 [MORE INFO] [BUY MEMBERS] [BUY NON-MEMBERS]||2013|
|13||The Maitland Quarto: A New Edition of Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys Library MS 1408, ed. Joanna M. Martin ISBN 9781897976401 [MORE INFO] [BUY MEMBERS] [BUY NON-MEMBERS]||2015|
|14||The Gude and Godlie Ballatis [new edition], ed. Alasdair A. MacDonald ISBN 9781897976418 [MORE INFO] [BUY MEMBERS] [BUY NON-MEMBERS]||2015|