Scottish Poetry Library
Explore Scotland’s poetry, past and present
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A haiku cycle invoking the essence of the seasons.
150 haiku bursting with Alan Spence’s characteristic verve and wit.
Haiku and other short poems on the theme of Glasgow – its people, landscape, and culture.
Poems straddling the personal and the historical, the natural and virtual worlds, with humour and compassion.
The dazzling first collection from Scottish-Algerian poet Janette Ayachi.
Winner of the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2018, Roseanne Watt’s debut collection explores memory and place in English and Shetlandic.
We Were Always Here is a snapshot of current Scottish LGBTI+ writing and a showcase of queer talent.
Alice Tarbuck’s first pamphlet, published by Sad Press.
Claire Askew’s first full collection, coming after years of work in Scotland’s flourishing poetry and spoken word scene.
The second collection from Niall Campbell, whose first collection, Moontide, won the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and the Saltire First Book Award.
“What Spielberg does for cinema, Graham Fulton echoes in poetry. Humanity on an extensive stage abbreviated by a Scottish diagnosis, Graham’s writing is capable of intoxicating the humdrum in a universal language” – Stephen Watt
The debut pamphlet from Edinburgh poet Roddy Shippin, in a limited, beautifully handcrafted edition.