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    A God at the Door

    An exquisite collection from a poet at the peak of her powers, A God at the Door spans time and space, drawing on the extraordinary minutiae of nature and humanity to elevate the marginalised. Extending the territory of her zeitgeist collection Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods, these new poems traverse history, from the cosmic to the quotidian.

    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 Night Out with Robert Burns: The Greatest Poems

    The definitive collections of poetry by Robert Burns, arranged and introduced by award-winning writer Andrew O'Hagan. 'Save this collection a place at your Burns table' Guardian

    A Pocket Full Of Crumbs


    A Quickening


    A Recipe for Sorcery

    Vanessa Kisuule's second release is a poetry collection with a difference: it is a cathartic explosion, an unspooling of long harboured fears and resentment and a delving into ugly and uncomfortable truths.

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

    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.

    A Song to Keep: A kinship of poems and drawings

    A collaboration between artist and poet exploring archetypes and belonging from South Africa, through London to the Scottish Highlands.