Scottish Poetry Library
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The first poetry collection from journalist turned poet Aileen Ballantyne takes you on a journey from the 1969 moon landings to the Lockerbie disaster and beyond.
A condensed bilingual dictionary based on Angus Watson’s best-selling Gaelic/English dictionary.
Edinburgh’s first makar Stewart Conn and illustrator John Knight take the reader on an intimate tour of Edinburgh, their words and visuals together giving a real sense of the city’s history and spirit.
The reissued autobiography of one of Scotland’s most distinguished writers.
A haiku cycle invoking the essence of the seasons.
150 haiku bursting with Alan Spence’s characteristic verve and wit.
Winner of the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2018, Roseanne Watt’s debut collection explores memory and place in English and Shetlandic.
We Were Always Here is a snapshot of current Scottish LGBTI+ writing and a showcase of queer talent.
The second collection from Niall Campbell, whose first collection, Moontide, won the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and the Saltire First Book Award.
A new look at an old place; an anthology from the farthest reaches of Scotland’s culture.
A book by, for, and about sheep.
Robin Robertson’s prize-winning melding of poetry and noir, now in paperback.
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