Sally Evans

Sally Evans (b. 1942)
Sally Evans
Sally Evans

Biography

Summary

Sally Evans is the editor of Poetry Scotland broadsheet magazine, and has several books of poems to her name. 

Full Biography

Sally Evans is a poet, and publisher, editor and blogger of poetry.  She has six collections and several pamphlets of her own work. As a Gaelic learner, she has done translations from the Gaelic; she is the translator of the title poem in Christopher Whyte's Bho Leabhar-Latha Maria Malibran/ From the Diary of Maria Malibran (Acair, 2009). She is the editor of Poetry Scotland broadsheet, and lives in Callander, where she hosts the annual Callander Poetry Weekend.

Poems by Sally Evans

Further Reading

Selected Bibliography

Millenial (diehard, 1994)
Looking for Scotland (University of Salzburg, 1996)
Bewick Walks to Scotland (Arrowhead Press, 2004)
The Great North Road (diehard, 2007) 
The Bees (diehard, 2008)
Poetic Adventures in Scotland with Seventy Poems (diehard, 2014) 
The Grecian Urn [several; translated into Romanian and Spanish; 2015] 
The Bees of Dunblane; and, Song of the Walnut Tree (diehard, 2016)