Scottish Poetry Library
Explore Scotland’s poetry, past and present
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Books celebrating Gaelic language and culture
Alasdair Gray’s remarkable interpretation of Dante’s La Divina Commedia continues.
An intimate selection of Scottish poems from Alexander McCall Smith.
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.
Published to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Hamish Henderson, this collected poems is the first since the poet’s death and makes available, for the first time, new material from the archive.
This is a Burns collection like no other, introduced, arranged and contextualised by the award-winning novelist and essayist Andrew O’Hagan.
QUINES celebrates the richly diverse contribution women have made to Scottish history and society.
This edition brings together McGonagall’s three famous collections – Poetic Gems, More Poetic Gems and Last Poetic Gems and contains all the valuable autobiographical material which appeared in the original volumes.