Scottish Poetry Library
New and noteworthy poetry titles.
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Celebrating 50 years of Liz Lochhead’s debut collection.
The debut collection from Edinburgh’s new Makar.
Wayne Holloway-Smith turns his innovative poetics towards an exhilarating new work that is part songbook, part elastic melodrama.
Alasdair Gray’s remarkable retelling of Dante’s Divine Comedy; this edition brings Gray’s Hell, Purgatory and Paradise together into a single edition for the first time.
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.
A joyous celebration of Scotland’s poetry, past, present and future.
The latest from Capildeo, a sensitive and innovative collection drawing on the poet’s interest in ecopoetics.
Claire Askew’s electrifying second collection; an investigation into the power of resilience and the power of the human heart.