Scottish Poetry Library
A selection of contemporary poets published by some of Scotland’s indie publishers.
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“So noir that even the white bits are black” – Craig Robertson, crime writer.
Samuel Tongue’s debut collection; poems that muddy the religious and theological with the animal concerns of weevils, ticks, magpies, and whales.
A new pamphlet from award-winning poet AC Clarke, based on the marriage of Paul and Gala Éluard.
A new poetry pamphlet by Fife-based poet, playwright and interdisciplinary artist Rebecca Sharp.
A selection of Portuguese poems by Eugénio de Andrade, with new translations in Shetlandic by Christine De Luca and illustrations by John Cumming.
Poems that take us from the Tang Dynasty to a council crematorium via the Bathgate shows.
An anthology of work from the Scottish BAME Writers Network.
“A triumph of understated wonder” –Joe Mungo Reed
A collection of poems about the places love takes us, from the Glasgow-based writer Ciara MacLaverty.
Struggling to get interviews? Need help spicing up your LinkedIn profile? What you need is careers advice from a spoken-word poet
A new collection of poetry from the Scottish writer Stewart Sanderson.
The debut pamphlet from Edinburgh poet Roddy Shippin, in a limited, beautifully handcrafted edition.