Works By Individual Poets: From C 1900 -
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- Paperback - Bloodaxe Books
'The Touch of Time' is a new retrospective by Stewart Conn, one of Scotland's most distinguished poets.
- EB - John Murray
This volume offers a selection of George Mackay Brown's poems that were not published in his lifetime. It includes poems containing, previously unexplored ideas, but also those with the qualities that made Brown different from anyone else.
- Add to BasketThe Twelve Signs O' Christmas: A Poem For Christmas
- Paperback - Waverley
This is a Christmas greeting from the Broons of No. 10 Glebe Street.
- Add to BasketTea With The Taliban
- Paperback - Smokestack
Owen Gallagher's 3rd collection of poems is a book about the warring tribes to which we all belong. This is a journey to Dystopia - from the Gorbals in the 1950s to contemporary Palestine. The poems examine the loyalties of family and friendship, the sectarian and ideological loyalties of religion, class and politics.
- Add to BasketA Thorn In The Flesh: Selected Poems
- Paperback - Hearing Eye
These poems rise out of Eddie Linden's pacifism, his sexuality and his conflicts with the Catholic church. There are tender poems around childhood and youth, and on desire and elusive love.
- Add to BasketTime Lines
- Paperback - Cinnamon
'Time Lines' traces an arc from coming of age to maturity, a biographical narrative, engaged not only with the wider world - the girl on the Chittagong train, the effect of climate change on the Greenland farmers of Einarsfjord in the 15th century - but also with the land to which all life must be collected.
- Add to BasketTerrific Melancholy
- Paperback - Bloodaxe
This is Roddy Lumsden's 6th collection of poetry and it also contains a miscellany of new poems which display the poet's acclaimed inventiveness with form and structure and his breadth of approach.
- Add to BasketTarmod: Cruinneachadh Dhèn Bhàrdachd Aig
- Paperback - Acair
Norman MacLeod provides the reader with a varied choice of local compositions ranging in theme from descriptions of local events to the beauties of nature.
- Add to BasketTomorrow, We Will Live Here
- Paperback - Salt
This is a terse, tough debut by an American poet with punch in the language. What you find here is the grist of life - death, love, sex, departure - honed by a voice obsessed with the gravity, fear and the humour of being human.
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- Paperback - Flambard
Andrew Forster's second collection of poetry explores what it means to make a home in a particular place, and the relationship with the environment that this implies. Much of the collection is set in the remote former mining village of Leadhills in south-west Scotland.