Scottish Poetry Library
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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.
The multi-shortlisted and prize-winning collection by Alice Oswald.
Gu Leòr / Galore is an imaginative and innovative collection of poems in both Gaelic and English.
Stewart Conn’s latest collection of poetry, published by Mariscat Press.
Ten Poems about Bicycles covers many different aspects of the bicycle, and the affection and loyalty that bicycles have inspired in their riders and in poetry.
A pamphlet of ten irresistible poems about the joys of knitting.
A classic collection by Scotland’s first Makar, Edwin Morgan.
2015 T. S. Eliot Prize Winner by Sarah Howe, winner of the Sunday Times 2015 Young Writer of the Year Award.
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.
Cats have provided writers and artists with inspiration for as long as they have been winding themselves purring round their owners’ legs and fixing them with their big, green eyes.
Ten poems giving readers a glimpse of same sex lives and loves throughout history.