Scottish Poetry Library
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‘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.
A beautiful edition of Burns’ verse at a fantastic price.
Translated and illustrated by Alasdair Gray.
Selected poems of WS Graham.
Edited by Douglas Dunn.
In this masterpiece of nature writing, Nan Shepherd describes her journeys into the Cairngorm mountains of Scotland.
Carol Ann Duffy’s fifth collection.
Carol Ann Duffy’s sixth collection.
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