Scottish Poetry Library
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George Szirtes’ ingenious project of subjecting thirty canonical poets to a high-intensity workout provides brilliant and often hilarious results.
John Greening’s wonderfully varied selection of poems explores sheds from every imaginable angle.
A new pamphlet collection by Marjorie Lotfi Gill.
In this bold and resonant gathering of poems, Liz Berry turns her distinctive voice to the transformative experience of new motherhood.
A lovely record-style pamphlet, Jukebox Jeopardy is conceived as a compilation album of truth and fantasy, stories and imaginings.
Introduced by the Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, this title offers a real alternative to a ‘With Sympathy’ card for people who have been recently bereaved.
A first poetry collection from Edinburgh-based writer and editor Sarah Stewart.
New sci-fi poems from Edinburgh-based writer and editor Russell Jones.
In Lesley Harrison’s new collection Blue Pearl, northern landscapes come alive through an intimacy of language.
This second edition of one of Candlestick Press’s most popular titles includes beautiful new poems.
This selection of poems (a companion to Ten Poems about Brothers) explores the special relationship between sisters.
A wonderful mini-anthology of poems celebrating brothers (a companion to Ten Poems about Sisters).