Scottish Poetry Library
Find a poem for any purpose – from Scottish classics to the cutting edge of contemporary poetry
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A compilation of poetry and essays on the theme of geoscience and our relationship with the Earth.
Poems exploring the varieties of consciousness and revelatory experience.
Poetry written in languages in danger of extinction; a celebration of life enduring and the diversity of language.
A selective yet wide-ranging anthology dedicated to singling out the most distinctive and significant works of this influential, interdisciplinary movement.
A collection of poems & writings celebrating the centenary of George Mackay Brown (1921-1996).
This beautiful collection roams across many aspects of Scottish life and culture: its landscape and its history, its people and its celebrations.
Poets from around the world give eloquent voice to the trials, hopes, rewards and losses of migration.
Tributes in verse to the creeping, scuttling, flitting, stinging things with which we share our planet.
Poetic responses to experiences of illness, injury and convalescence.
Warning: this anthology contains poems to enter the bloodstream and rewild the spirit.
99 poems, selected by Carol Ann Duffy, reflecting on the bond between parent and child.
This landmark anthology showcases Edinburgh in the modern day, with poems and short stories inspired by its renowned and lesser-known locations.