Scottish Poetry Library
New and noteworthy poetry titles.
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Now in paperback, the beautiful response to Celtic folklore from the author of The Long Take.
A compilation of poetry and essays on the theme of geoscience and our relationship with the Earth.
An epic mock-heroic poem, written in response to the pandemic with all the anger and wit that Iannucci brings to his vision of contemporary events.
Poems exploring the varieties of consciousness and revelatory experience.
Poetry inspired by the love of books and the places that house them.
Anne Carson returns to Greek mythology for her latest volume of expansive, explosive verse.
A joyous celebration of Scotland’s poetry, past, present and future.
Poetry written in languages in danger of extinction; a celebration of life enduring and the diversity of language.
The latest from Capildeo, a sensitive and innovative collection drawing on the poet’s interest in ecopoetics.
A selective yet wide-ranging anthology dedicated to singling out the most distinctive and significant works of this influential, interdisciplinary movement.
Claire Askew’s electrifying second collection; an investigation into the power of resilience and the power of the human heart.
A magical first: a science-fiction verse-novel written in the Orkney dialect.