Scottish Poetry Library
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Miriam Nash’s first full collection of poetry.
Hollie McNish’s debut collection of poetry with Picador.
Simon Armitage’s eleventh collection of poems heralds a return to his trademark contemporary lyricism.
Two contemporary poets embark on a series of journeys to the death places of poets of the past.
Originally written in the 1440s by Richard Holland, a Scottish cleric who was chaplain to Archibald Douglas, Earl of Moray, The Buke of the Howlat is one of the great poetic gems of fifteenth-century Scots.
Five Nonsense Poems is for children of all ages, and indeed for anyone who enjoys being silly!
Contains 20 self-adhesive pockets, 20 checkout cards, 1 date stamp, 1 stamp pad and 1 pencil.
Scribbles in the Margins offers a glorious antidote to that relentless modern-day information churn. It is here to remind you that books and bookshops can still sing to your heart.
This title from Candlestick Press features poems chosen by pupils at Headington School and the selection includes contributions written by the students and their English teacher.
Edited by Jackie Kay and containing two new poems she has written specially for the anthology, this moving selection is allied to a compelling cause in the wake of a tragic death.
The latest acclaimed collection of poetry from T.S Eliot and Forward Prize winning poet John Burnside.
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