Scottish Poetry Library
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The first full collection by Orkney poet, Harry Giles, shortlisted for the 2016 Forward Prize for best first collection. This new updated edition is published by Stewed Rhubarb.
This wonderful anthology on getting older is edited by Lizzie MacGregor, the Scottish Poetry Library’s former Assistant Librarian.
Meticulously observed and celebrated in precise and lyrical language, this is an extended meditation on a single tree across all its seasons.
The universe has never been depicted so intimately, nor the mundane so infused with stellar significance, as it is in the poetry of Vicki Husband.
The Dead Queen of Bohemia documents the progression of a voice and a life written over the last twenty years.
Gu Leòr / Galore is an imaginative and innovative collection of poems in both Gaelic and English.
Stewart Conn’s latest collection of poetry, published by Mariscat Press.
A classic collection by Scotland’s first Makar, Edwin Morgan.
Worlds known and worlds imagined: a batch of new poems by Jackie Kay, from her own empathetic store, catching her at her typical best – warm, lyrical, affectionate, funny, fiercely political and often profound.
These small, meditative poems about pottery and the potter’s craft are themselves exquisitely formed vessels for larger enquiry and celebration.
Prose poems about birds by the poet and typesetter Gerry Cambridge.
This is Christine De Luca’s seventh poetry collection.