Scottish Poetry Library
New poetry from Scotland and beyond
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In Truth Street, David Cain draws on the eye-witness testimonies of survivors of the Hillsborough disaster to create a work that is part epic-poem, part oral history and part documentary theatre.
The dazzling first collection from Scottish-Algerian poet Janette Ayachi.
A stunning gift book containing 150 bold, brave and beautiful poems by women – from classic, well loved poets to innovative and bold modern voices.
Collected for the first time, poems resulting from projects, commissions, collaborations and residencies from the UK’s new Poet Laureate.
Winner of the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2018, Roseanne Watt’s debut collection explores memory and place in English and Shetlandic.
This beautiful mini-anthology ventures off the beaten track with poems that will be new to many readers.
These beguiling poems are arranged in pairs so they speak to each other across the page – rather like a husband and wife engrossed in conversation across an old kitchen table.
A little book of poetry to provide inspiration, comfort and support to new doctors.
Urgent poetry of race, violence and resistance from American poet Patricia Smith.
The new collection from one of the UK’s favourite poets.
With a biography, a critical introduction and a chronology of Trakl’s life, this collection promises to reinvigorate interest in this under-appreciated poet.
A heartbreaking and humorous rumination on what it means to be in the minority in terms of sexuality, ethnicity, and religion.