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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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    A Kist o Skinklan Things: An Anthology of Scots Poetry from the First and Second Waves of the Scottish Renaissance

    £14.95
    Beginning in the 1920s, the Scottish Renaissance saw Scottish writers increasingly engaged with social and political issues. Hugh MacDiarmid, his contemporaries, and the company of poets he inspired make up the first and second waves of the Renaissance. A Kist o Skinklan Things contains a selection of the best work from this extraordinary period.

    A Little Touch of Cliff in the Evening

    £9.95
    New Writing Scotland is the principal forum for poetry and short fiction in Scotland today. This latest collection of excellent contemporary literature includes new work by - among many others - Lin Anderson, Ron Butlin, Valerie Gillies, Alasdair Gray, Andrew Greig, Agnes Owens, and the Glasgow comic-book duo metaphrog.

    A Song of Glasgow Town: The Collected Poems of Marion Bernstein

    £12.50
    A Song of Glasgow Town contains all of Bernstein's 198 published poems, along with a detailed introduction to her life and work, and extensive notes explaining the background to each poem. These verses provide a fascinating insight into Glasgow in the late Victorian age, at a time of unprecedented social and economic change.

    Alan Spence's Its Colours They are Fine and Way to Go

    £5.95
    John Burns' SCOTNOTE study guide examines the social and philosophical backgrounds of Spence's work, exploring the ties between the surface events and the deeper currents beneath. These notes are suitable for senior school pupils and students at all levels.

    An Cuilithionn 1939: The Cuillin 1939 and Unpublished Poems

    £12.50
    This new edition of Sorley MacLean's major poem 'An Cuilithionn' ('The Cuillin'), in Gaelic with English translation, includes 400 lines never before published, plus an extended commentary. A further 45 poems from MacLean's papers appear in print for the first time, with facing English versions.

    Anne Donovan's Buddha Da

    £5.95
    Christopher Nicol's SCOTNOTE study guide examines Anne Donovan's novel "Buddha Da", its tripartite structure, its characters and its language, and addresses the larger questions of philosophy and spirituality that it raises. These notes are suitable for senior school pupils and students at all levels.

    Black Middens

    £9.95
    New Writing Scotland is the principal forum for poetry and short fiction in Scotland today. This latest collection of excellent contemporary literature includes new work from more than ninety writers, some internationally renowned, and some just beginning their careers.

    Corona Borealis: Scottish Neo-Latin Poets on King James VI and His Reign, 1566-1603

    £60.00
    Latin was Scotland's third language in the early modern period, alongside Scots and Gaelic, and the reign of King James VI and I is considered to be a golden age of Scottish neo-Latin literature. Corona Borealis examines Latin poems by Scottish authors written between 1566 and 1603, and highlights the role of Latin in Scottish cultural life.

    Drama na Gaidhlig: Ceud Bliadhna air an Ard-urlar: A Century of Gaelic Drama

    £19.95
    Modern Gaelic drama has the power to break down barriers and to touch people across linguistic and cultural divides. This collection is a celebration of Gaelic theatre, featuring eight Gaelic plays (with English translations) from the start of the twentieth century to the present day.

    Association for Scottish Literary Studies