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    Association for Scottish Literary Studies

    ASLS is based in the University of Glasgow and promotes the study, teaching and writing of Scotland's literatures and languages, past and present.

    We publish scholarly journals and literary criticism; new editions of classic works of Scottish literature; companions and study guides; and - with the support of Creative Scotland - New Writing Scotland, an annual anthology of the best new short fiction and poetry in Scotland today, in English, Gaelic and Scots. We also publish the free ezine The Bottle Imp.

    Each year, ASLS holds annual conferences on Scottish writers in such diverse locations as Glasgow, Kirkwall, Edinburgh and Skye. We also hold annual conferences on Scottish literature and languages in the classroom. These schools conferences are suitable for CPD (Continuous Professional Development), and attract teachers from across Scotland.

    Along with other Scottish literary organisations, and with the support of the Scottish Government, ASLS campaigns for a greater appreciation, at home and abroad, of Scotland's literary culture.

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    The Poetry of Sorley MacLean

    Emma Dymock's SCOTNOTE study guide offers a detailed study of Sorely MacLean's poetry. It also includes close readings of selected poems that best represent his key themes and ideas. This Scotnote is ideal for senior school pupils and students of all ages as a general introduction or as a starting point for more in-depth study.

    The Rooftop Busker

    The Rooftop Busker: New Writing Scotland 33 is the latest collection of excellent contemporary literature, drawn from a wide cross-section of Scottish culture and society, and includes new work from fifty-two authors - some award-winning and internationally renowned, and some just beginning their careers.

    The Short Stories of George Mackay Brown

    SCOTNOTES booklets are a series of study guides to major Scottish writers and texts frequently used within literature courses, aimed at senior secondary school pupils and students in further education.

    The Space of Fiction: Voices from Scotland in a Post-Devolution Age

    The Space of Fiction shows how contemporary Scottish novelists illuminate a post-national, cosmopolitan, multicultural and even globalised Scotland. Professor Pittin-Hedon explores their notions of space and place, and questions the impact of fiction on the nature of identity.

    Traditional Tales

    A selection of folk stories steeped in the traditions and popular literature of southern Scotland and northern England. Originally published in 1822, Cunningham's Traditional Tales form an essential part of folkloric history, as well as being fascinating stories in their own right.

    Voices of Scotland: An Anthology of Scottish Poetry for Levels 2 and 3

    Voices of Scotland is an anthology of Scottish poetry with related activities which has been designed for teachers working with students at Second and Third Levels of Curriculum for Excellence. The poems cover a broad range of themes and reflect the linguistic variety of Scottish poetry and, in particular, the diverse voices of Scotland today.

    Walter Scott's The Bride of Lammermoor: (Scotnotes Study Guides)

    Eileen Dunlop's SCOTNOTE explores and explains the historical, social and political background of Walter Scott's The Bride of Lammermoor, and is an ideal study guide for senior school pupils and students.

    With Their Best Clothes On: New Writing Scotland 36

    New Writing Scotland is the principal forum for poetry and short fiction in Scotland today. Every year it publishes the very best from both emerging and established writers, and lists many of the leading literary lights of Scotland among its past (and present) contributors.

    Association for Scottish Literary Studies