Scottish Poetry Library
Fantastic poetry collections produced by small presses
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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 anthology of work from the Scottish BAME Writers Network.
“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.