Brambletye Publishing started in business in 2004, initially with the aim of producing good books relating to English local history and related local titles. From 2009 our main focus has been on digital publishing consulting.


Brad Scott

Brad has worked in publishing since 1989. He has also written articles on aspects of the history of Devon. He served on the standing committee of the Digital Resources for the Humanities conferences from 1998-2004, and has written and lectured about digital publishing in the UK and North America. Read more on the Consultancy page.

Jo Carder

Jo studied history at the University of Nottingham and the London School of Economics. She is a teacher with several years’ editorial and production experience.

picture of the ruins of Brambletye House

Brambletye is an old Domesday manor; Brambletye Publishing is located under a mile from the ruins of Brambletye House, which was built in 1631 by Sir Henry Compton.

GeoURL

Brambletye Publishing also build simple accessible web sites, often using Open Source Web Design resources, and WordPress or Joomla. The design for this site uses a design template by Luka Cvrk of Solucija.

Digital publishing consulting

With twenty years' experience in the information industry, and a broad range of activities in the digital/new media sector since 1994, Brambletye Publishing offer invaluable expertise for publishers and other information professionals. Read more

Book publishing

book cover

We occasionally publish real books, the most recent being Forest Row in Transition. Our main interest is in books relating to our local area in Sussex. Read more

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