Scottish Poetry Library
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Introduced by Jackie Kay.
Here Bryce harnesses her characteristic insight, forensic eye and tightly woven music to deeply moving ends – while demonstrating again why she is regarded as one of the leading Irish poets of the age.
Magnetic Field brings together Armitage’s Marsden poems, from his very first pamphlet to new work from a forthcoming collection.
A striking first collection by a poet with illuminating and entertaining stories to tell, and an accomplished craft in using both traditional and contemporary poetic forms in telling them.
A new selection of Rossetti’s work edited by Anglican priest and poet Rachel Mann.
Both intimate and political, this powerful debut collection combines a passionate exploration of self with an awestruck confrontation of wilderness.
This is Philip Gross’s writing at its most hospitable, lit up by a sense of personal address, both tactful and deeply engaged.
Introduced by Ali Smith.
Introduced by Liz Lochhead.
The great American poet, novelist and farmer argues for a life lived slowly, and the value of home.
Profane and prophetic verses about sex, death, revolution and America by the great icon of Beat poetry.
From the writer who bore witness to the twentieth century’s darkest days, these verses of beauty and horror include the poem that inspired the title of his memoir, If This Is a Man.
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