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The St Ayles Press is the publishing arm of the museum and is responsible for a small number of books.

Steam Drifters
Croft and Creel
In My Ain Words

Our current list of titles:

Steam Drifters: A Brief History by Jim Tarvit (2004)

Croft and Creel: Harvesting the Land and Sea in West Highland Scotland by Linda Fitzpatrick (2007)

A Gastronomic Gallimaufry: Recipes (2011)

Nautical Knots to Knitting Needles: an exploration of fisherfolk crafts by Caroline Martin and Louise Pearson (2012)

In My Ain Words: An East Neuk Vocabulary by Mary Murray (2016)

Threads: A Guide to the Clothing of Scottish Fisherfolk by Jennifer Gordon (2016)

Reaper FR958: Fifie Lugsail Herring Drifter (2016)

Ports of Registry (2016)

Catch of the Day: Fish, Food and Sustainability (2018)

A Tale of Tea Cities: Tea shipping and consumption around the 19th century (2019)

Boats, Fish and Folk: Creative writing competition (2020)

When it Rains we Harvest: Fishing Communities of Peru (2022)

Reaper FR958
Catch of the Day

Please contact the Museum if you would like to buy any of the above books:

01333 310628 or contact us

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