Scottish Poetry Library
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A selection of Portuguese poems by Eugénio de Andrade, with new translations in Shetlandic by Christine De Luca and illustrations by John Cumming.
A fascinating mini-anthology of poems on the perils and thrills of aging.
This mini-anthology reflects on our working lives in all their glorious variety with a delightful mix of nostalgia, celebration and humour.
Poems that capture the consoling rhythms of the seasons as they are played out in our rural landscapes.
A transnational collection of poems and paintings bridging India and Scotland.
Goodison’s new book zones in on two great under-regarded figures to whom Jamaican music owes a substantial debt: Sister Mary Ignatius and Anita ‘Margarita’ Mahfood.
Alice Hiller’s debut performs an act of witness and restitution; it asks how we may find our ways towards healing.
A poetic examination of class, youth, adulthood and death in the working communities of the West Country.
Holly Pester’s extraordinary debut collection chronicles the experience of living and working as a radical and resistant act.
An astonishing, adventurous, and innovative debut, exploring family, Malaysian-Chinese cultural identity, and immigration.
In Poor, Caleb Femi combines poetry and original photography to explore the trials, tribulations, dreams and joys of young Black boys in twenty-first century Peckham.
Luke Kennard recasts Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets as a series of anarchic prose poems set in the same joyless house party.