Scottish Poetry Library
Explore Scotland’s poetry, past and present
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100 favourite Gaelic poems and songs – love poems and hymns, sea ditties and war poems, lullabies and elegies – many translated into English for the first time.
Original Scottish Gaelic poems and songs, with self-translations into English and translations into Irish by Sam Ó Fearraigh.
Lucid, lyrical and intellectually profound – poems that resonates with real life and death.
A joyous celebration of Scotland’s poetry, past, present and future.
A magical first: a science-fiction verse-novel written in the Orkney dialect.
A collection of poems & writings celebrating the centenary of George Mackay Brown (1921-1996).
“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.
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.