Written by Liz Lochhead / Edited by Lizzie MacGregor
324 in stock
About the Book*Suitable for reading aloud - a lot of similar anthologies have weddings as their subject but don't offer really public poems *Chosen by the Scottish Poetry Library's Assistant Librarian, who has been answering the constant stream of requests for such poems for the last ten years, and knows what is valued *Introduction by one of Scotland's most famous poets *New pieces by well-known poets specially written for this volume
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