Scottish Poetry Library
New poetry from Scotland and beyond
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Alasdair Gray’s remarkable interpretation of Dante’s La Divina Commedia continues.
In the third of his trilogy of powerful political verse plays, Luke Wright examines the loss of trust in the age of Brexit.
We cannot understand the phenomenon of remembering without invoking its opposite, forgetting.
A bicycle trip through the Arctic Circle; sore legs and Norse mythology.
Orchids; thimbles; Catullus. New poems from Michael Longley, winner of the T.S. Eliot prize.
A poem for every letter of the alphabet, drawing inspiration from their shapes and significations.
Poems that take us from the Tang Dynasty to a council crematorium via the Bathgate shows.
Including the story of a love affair with a New Zealand tree.
An indispensable guide to both the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of poetic craft in the 21st century, and essential writing-desk companion for poets at all stages.
Follow Chris McCabe into the nocturnal world of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park in search of the lost and forgotten poets of the East End.
An anthology of work from the Scottish BAME Writers Network.
Duffy’s final collection as Poet Laureate – a frank, disarming and deeply moving exploration of loss and remembrance in their many forms.