Scottish Poetry Library
Explore Scotland’s poetry, past and present
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“A triumph of understated wonder” –Joe Mungo Reed
A collection of poems about the places love takes us, from the Glasgow-based writer Ciara MacLaverty.
Struggling to get interviews? Need help spicing up your LinkedIn profile? What you need is careers advice from a spoken-word poet
Jenny Lindsay is one of Scotland’s most lauded spoken-word poets. This Scriptis her most thematically ambitious and poetically playful work to date.
A new collection of poetry from the Scottish writer Stewart Sanderson.
Tom Hubbard’s owersettins of the Hungarian poet Győző Ferencz.
The long-awaited new poetry collection from Mandy Haggith, a unique voice from the ‘top left corner’ of Scotland.
The new collection from Jon Plunkett, published by Red Squirrel Press.
Edinburgh’s first makar Stewart Conn and illustrator John Knight take the reader on an intimate tour of Edinburgh, their words and visuals together giving a real sense of the city’s history and spirit.
The reissued autobiography of one of Scotland’s most distinguished writers.
A haiku cycle invoking the essence of the seasons.
150 haiku bursting with Alan Spence’s characteristic verve and wit.