Scottish Poetry Library
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The bold second book in Amanda Lovelace’s “women are some kind of magic” series.
‘Atwood is the quiet Mata Hari, the mysterious, violent figure . . . who pits herself against the ordered too-clean world like an arsonist’ – Michael Ondaatje
Morgan Parker’s fierce collection of poetry uses political and pop-cultural references as a framework to explore 21st century black womanhood and its complexities.
A joint collection of lifelong friends Iain Banks and Ken MacLeod.
An archive of Black everydayness, a catalogue of contemporary folk heroes, an ethnography of ancestral grief, and an inventory of figureheads, idioms and customs.
Meditations on heritage; new from Forward Prize winner Daljit Nagra.
A fresh and inviting selection of Plath’s work by the Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.
‘A thouroughly original voice for our time’ – Elaine Equi. From the award-winning author of The Argonauts.
New for 2019, the third collection of poems from the award-winning author of The Argonauts.
An examination of the sonnet form from one of Britain’s Next Generation Poets.
Robin Robertson’s prize-winning melding of poetry and noir, now in paperback.
‘Inventive, risky, serious, and fun’ – Jeanette Winterson