Scottish Poetry Library
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A collection of poems about Scotland’s capital by the former Edinburgh Makar, Ron Butlin, with illustrations by James Hutcheson.
In her extraordinary collection, Kathleen Jamie examines her native Scotland – a country at once wild and contained, rural and urban – and her place within it.
The first full collection by Orkney poet, Harry Giles, shortlisted for the 2016 Forward Prize for best first collection. This new updated edition is published by Stewed Rhubarb.
The universe has never been depicted so intimately, nor the mundane so infused with stellar significance, as it is in the poetry of Vicki Husband.
Bright, tragic, candid and true, these poems are an exceptional chronicle of what it means to find the love of your life, and what it is like to have to say goodbye.
The Dead Queen of Bohemia documents the progression of a voice and a life written over the last twenty years.
The multi-shortlisted and prize-winning collection by Alice Oswald.
Gu Leòr / Galore is an imaginative and innovative collection of poems in both Gaelic and English.
Stewart Conn’s latest collection of poetry, published by Mariscat Press.
A classic collection by Scotland’s first Makar, Edwin Morgan.
2015 T. S. Eliot Prize Winner by Sarah Howe, winner of the Sunday Times 2015 Young Writer of the Year Award.
These small, meditative poems about pottery and the potter’s craft are themselves exquisitely formed vessels for larger enquiry and celebration.