Scottish Poetry Library
New poetry from Scotland and beyond
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Urgent poetry of race, violence and resistance from American poet Patricia Smith.
The new collection from one of the UK’s favourite poets.
With a biography, a critical introduction and a chronology of Trakl’s life, this collection promises to reinvigorate interest in this under-appreciated poet.
A heartbreaking and humorous rumination on what it means to be in the minority in terms of sexuality, ethnicity, and religion.
Jen Campbell’s debut collection from Bloodaxe Books.
WITCH is a strange, visceral and darkly witty debut by a startling new voice in British poetry.
Poems of female identity and experience, body and desire.
The haunting, hilarious third collection from Jane Yeh; a Poetry Book Society recommendation.
The second collection from poet and artist Heather Phillipson; political, intimate, comic, heartbreaking.
The second collection from Niall Campbell, whose first collection, Moontide, won the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and the Saltire First Book Award.
The new collection from Edinburgh poet Lynn Davidson, spanning Scotland and New Zealand, the luminous and the banal, the strange and the familiar.
Dextrous, tender poetry taking traditional forms into unfamiliar territories.