Scottish Poetry Library
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We Were Always Here is a snapshot of current Scottish LGBTI+ writing and a showcase of queer talent.
Claire Askew’s first full collection, coming after years of work in Scotland’s flourishing poetry and spoken word scene.
The second collection from Niall Campbell, whose first collection, Moontide, won the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and the Saltire First Book Award.
The new collection from Edinburgh poet Lynn Davidson, spanning Scotland and New Zealand, the luminous and the banal, the strange and the familiar.
A selection of poetry from The Drift, Hannah Lavery’s National Theatre of Scotland show, touring in October 2019.
A fresh and engaging collection in two sequences, one looking at emigration, the other at our digital lives.
A new look at an old place; an anthology from the farthest reaches of Scotland’s culture.
A book by, for, and about sheep.
A humorous, irreverent and feminist reaction to the great bard.
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?
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