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- Hardback - Eyewear Publishing
'Tree Language' is told in shard-like poems of supreme richness and finely balanced darkness - variously shaped, whittled to a point, almost sharp enough to draw blood. And although this is a book spiked with brambles and skeletal branches, shot through with frost and fossilled with plant-bones, blood is the slick thread that sews together its themes and landscapes.
This Room Is Waiting: Poems From Iraq And Scotland
- Paperback - Freight
Four award-winning Scottish poets come together with four Iraqi poets to create an unforgettable anthology that sheds new light on real lives in contemporary post-war Iraq.
The Touch Of Time: New & Selected Poems
- Paperback - Bloodaxe Books
'The Touch of Time' is a new retrospective by Stewart Conn, one of Scotland's most distinguished poets.
The Twelve Signs O' Christmas: A Poem For Christmas
- Paperback - Waverley
This is a Christmas greeting from the Broons of No. 10 Glebe Street.
The Testament Of Cresseid
- Paperback - Cambridge University Press
Originally published in 1926, this volume contains the full text of 'The Testament of Cresseid' by Scottish poet Robert Henryson.
Tea 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.
A 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.
These Islands, We Sing: An Anthology Of Scottish Islands Poetry
- Paperback - Polygon
This title is a celebration of poetry which comes out of the Scottish islands. The collection brings together world-renowned talent, including Sorley Maclean, Ian Crichton Smith, George Mackay Brown, Ian Hamilton Finlay, and Hugh McDiarmid.
- Hardback - Birlinn
Perhaps the most famous of the poems of Robert Burns, 'Tam O'Shanter' is known around the world. This book illustrates scenes from the poem alongside the full text.
- 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.