Scottish Poetry Library
Fantastic poetry collections produced by small presses
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“A triumph of understated wonder” –Joe Mungo Reed
A collection of poems about the places love takes us, from the Glasgow-based writer Ciara MacLaverty.
Struggling to get interviews? Need help spicing up your LinkedIn profile? What you need is careers advice from a spoken-word poet
A new collection of poetry from the Scottish writer Stewart Sanderson.
Tom Hubbard’s owersettins of the Hungarian poet Győző Ferencz.
These ten poems take us to the heart of human experience with all the passion of the Russian spirit.
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.
Alice Tarbuck’s first pamphlet, published by Sad Press.
The debut pamphlet from Edinburgh poet Roddy Shippin, in a limited, beautifully handcrafted edition.
A selection of poetry from The Drift, Hannah Lavery’s National Theatre of Scotland show, touring in October 2019.
The humorous, humane poetry of life’s day-to-day dramas; selected by the Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.