Scottish Poetry Library
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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 selection of poetry from The Drift, Hannah Lavery’s National Theatre of Scotland show, touring in October 2019.
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.
‘Once, my heart had a skeleton;’ an alphabet of trees, ten dream pattern poems and thirty-five death sonnets deconstructed to Mary Queen of Scots; three books of the dead bound as one.
How many words for rain do you know?
A verse novella by Glasgow Laureate Jim Carruth, shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Centre Poetry Prize.
By Scotland’s Makar.
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