Scottish Poetry Library
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The poems in this collection focus on the Assynt landscape and people, reflecting MacCaig’s lifelong love of the area and the poetic inspiration he drew from it.
A sequence of sixty-two poems.
The 2017 Saltire Scottish Poetry Book of the Year Award Winner by Em Strang.
Jackie Kay’s first collection of poetry as Scottish Makar.
In Farm by the Shore, Thomas A Clark continues his investigations into the landscape and culture of the Scottish highlands and islands.
Gaitherin is Sheila Templeton’s fourth collection.
A collection of poems about Scotland’s capital by the former Edinburgh Makar, Ron Butlin, with illustrations by James Hutcheson.
In her extraordinary collection, Kathleen Jamie examines her native Scotland – a country at once wild and contained, rural and urban – and her place within it.
The Dead Queen of Bohemia documents the progression of a voice and a life written over the last twenty years.
A selection of work 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.
A pocket-sized, clothbound collection of the Scottish Bard’s songs and poems.