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Poetry

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  • Paperback | Pub: 23 May 2019
    £10.99

    Winner of an Eric Gregory Award, 2020  Winner of a Somerset Maugham Award, 2020 ‘The old Shetland fishermen still speak with something like reverence of the forgotten art of steering by the moder dy (mother wave), the name given to an underswell...

  • Paperback | Pub: 05 May 2022
    £12.99

    An island can be a source of escape or return, of solace or threat. In this anthology rich depictions of island flora and fauna sit alongside sightings of croft dwellers and ferry-lowpers. Expressions of affection and accounts of imprisonment and...

  • Paperback | Pub: 01 Sep 2017
    £12.99

    Oyster is the second collection from prize-winning Edinburgh poet Michael Pedersen. From Grez-sur-Loing and festive nights to sizzling summers stretched out in the Meadows and Portobello, Michael Pedersen’s unique brand of poetry captures a...

  • Paperback | Pub: 09 Nov 2009
    £25.00

    This collection of Norman MacCaig’s poems is offered as the definitive edition of his work. It has been edited by his son, Ewen. A prolific writer, MacCaig left about 600 unpublished poems after his death; 99 have been selected for inclusion...

  • Paperback | Pub: 01 Aug 2024
    £10.99

    This collection is a visceral depiction of the difficult love between a father and son and what happens when that love is lost. In his debut, Thomas Stewart examines the death of his father whilst exploring questions of grief, guilt, mental health,...

  • Paperback | Pub: 05 Sep 2024
    £10.99

    Visceral, haunting and full of passion, verve and wit, this new collection from one of Scotland’s most original voices examines and explores the soul of humanity. Written with the same anarchic spirit of the Beat generation, the poems here respond...

  • E-Book | Pub: 22 Feb 2015
    £7.99

    Lewisman Donald S Murray tells in his inimitable verse and prose Stornoway’s story from the days when Mesolithic people sheltered there to its present-day life as a bustling, modern harbour, casting light on men and boats, native herring girls...

  • Paperback | Pub: 06 Sep 2018
    £8.99

    This new book, The Witch in the Word Machine, is a collection that underpins Jenni Fagan’s entire approach to words. Her spell poems are portraits of people, lovers and cities: Paris, New York, Edinburgh, Detroit, LA, and San Francisco. The...

  • Paperback | Pub: 20 May 2021
    £6.99

    Edited by Lilias Fraser, Jane Cooper and Kate Hendry, To Learn the Future is a selection of poems that will grip at first reading – perfect if the only time you have is five minutes in a rushed lunch break. The choice of poems includes insight...

  • Paperback | Pub: 20 May 2021
    £6.99

    Nursing staff throughout the world have endured an unprecedented increase in distress, anxiety and depression. Physical and mental health have come under attack from anxiety, depression, elevated blood pressure and increased stress hormone...

  • Paperback | Pub: 05 May 2022
    £6.99

    Being a doctor is a privilege; it is also very demanding and can be stressful, and to be able to look after others, we need to look after ourselves. We offer you this little book of poetry, Tools of the Trade, as a friend to provide inspiration,...

  • Paperback | Pub: 01 Aug 2024
    £10.99

    Hannah Lavery’s Unwritten Woman is a bold and lavish call for us to see the woman in the stories we read and tell ourselves. From her search for the story, in her home city, Edinburgh, through her chilling re-telling of Robert Louis...

  • Paperback | Pub: 06 Jul 2023
    £20.00

    This collected editon of Sorley MacLean brings together published poetry from MacLean’s own edited volumes of poetry, poetry previously published in various magazines, literary journals and anthologies, and poetry which has never been...

  • Paperback | Pub: 17 Nov 2006
    £12.99

    William McGonagall was born in Edinburgh in 1830. His father was a poor hand-loom weaver, and his work took his family to Glasgow, then to Dundee. William attended school for eighteen months before the age of seven, and received no further formal...