Scottish Poetry Library
Explore Scotland’s poetry, past and present
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“So noir that even the white bits are black” – Craig Robertson, crime writer.
Samuel Tongue’s debut collection; poems that muddy the religious and theological with the animal concerns of weevils, ticks, magpies, and whales.
A new pamphlet from award-winning poet AC Clarke, based on the marriage of Paul and Gala Éluard.
A new poetry pamphlet by Fife-based poet, playwright and interdisciplinary artist Rebecca Sharp.
Twelve poems curated by Jackie Kay’s Makar to Makar series.
A poetic evaluation of what it means to grow up a girl, and how this experience intersects with disability and visual impairment.
A selection of Portuguese poems by Eugénio de Andrade, with new translations in Shetlandic by Christine De Luca and illustrations by John Cumming.
A transnational collection of poems and paintings bridging India and Scotland.
Twelve paintings by Victoria Crowe inspire twelve poems by Christine De Luca to form a beautiful conversation between an artist and a poet.
A new selection covering forty years of writing on love, history, power, submission and death.
A new selection of the work of one of Scotland’s most celebrated voices, edited by Kathleen Jamie.
This beautiful collection roams across many aspects of Scottish life and culture: its landscape and its history, its people and its celebrations.