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    A Barrel of Dried Leaves

    Allan Cameron's second volume of poetry is more varied in style and content, but continues with some narrative poetry in the mix and to dispense almost entirely with the "self-as-subject" as Seumas Heaney defined poetry since the Romantics.

    A Choosing: The Selected Poems of Liz Lochhead

    A stunning new collection of selected works from one of Scotland's most loved writers and current makar.

    A Gathering: A Personal Anthology of Scottish Poems

    A poem does not have to be famous to be cherished. The best-known poems of Robert Burns have been loved by countless people over the years, but there are other poems that may be largely unknown that will mean a great deal to the few who are familiar with them. This anthology is a personal curation and not just a simple collection of poems.

    A Good Cause

    This new collection of work from Tessa Ransford is marked out by an authentic and unique voice, honed through a lifetime of dedication to her art. The cover photograph shows the author in 1981 when she founded the School of Poets in Edinburgh.

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

    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 Map for the Blind: Poems chiefly in the Scots language

    Written mostly in Scots, this collection deals with topics ranging from satirical social commentary to sublime shots of everyday life with characteristic wit and insight.

    A Pocket Full Of Crumbs


    A Quickening