Scottish Poetry Library
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John Lewis-Stempel’s The Wood in Winter is a beautiful piece of nature writing about the life of a wood in bleak midwinter.
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.
Nan Shepherd’s single collection of poetry expresses an intensity of deep kinship with nature, written with the perception of one who has climbed the mountains and truly knows them.
The first full collection by Orkney poet, Harry Giles, shortlisted for the 2016 Forward Prize for best first collection. This new updated edition is published by Stewed Rhubarb.
Meticulously observed and celebrated in precise and lyrical language, this is an extended meditation on a single tree across all its seasons.
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Bright, tragic, candid and true, these poems are an exceptional chronicle of what it means to find the love of your life, and what it is like to have to say goodbye.
The Dead Queen of Bohemia documents the progression of a voice and a life written over the last twenty years.