Scottish Poetry Library
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The Perseverance is the remarkable debut book by British-Jamaican poet Raymond Antrobus; winner of the Ted Hughes prize for poetry.
A first poetry collection from Edinburgh-based writer and editor Sarah Stewart.
Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods is Tishani Doshi’s third collection of poems.
The collection includes alphabet, calendar, list and found poems, as well as a sequence conceived as a `variable construction’, with one of many possible versions presented here.
Europa, Sean O’Brien’s ninth collection of poems, is a timely and necessary book.
Prize-winning poet Ruth Padel’s heartfelt new collection is a grief observed: an elegy for her mother on her death at the age of ninety-seven.
In Lesley Harrison’s new collection Blue Pearl, northern landscapes come alive through an intimacy of language.
Oli Hazzard’s Blotter consists of five sequences, each constructed using a different process.
The poems in this collection focus on the Assynt landscape and people, reflecting MacCaig’s lifelong love of the area and the poetic inspiration he drew from it.
Basic Nest Architecture, Polly Atkin’s first collection of poetry, marks a startling new talent.
This is Sean Borodale’s third poetry collection.
Gerry Loose’s seventh full collection of poetry.