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Fiction and Poetry

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These poems evoke Lorn Macintyre’s childhood at Dunstaffnage House, Connel, and Taynuilt, Argyll, when fields were still ploughed by horses, where his grandfather, a champion salmon fisherman, cast over pools plentiful with salmon, and where the compute 
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Across the Water is an anthology of Irishness in modern Scottish writing. All of the 41 contemporary contributors have written a specially commissioned reflection on their experience of Irishness in Scotland. 
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A deep, hilarious novel a vivid, poignant tale in which individual odysseys startlingly merge. It is 1956 and post-war Scotland is reeling. . . with sex, Americans, atoms, the news from Budapest. . . and fish. 
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Set in the 1970s, Donal McLaughlin’s ‘Liam O’Donnell’ stories move between the West of Scotland and Northern Ireland and use the languages and voices of both places. In this outstanding collection, the Liam stories sit alongside others with more r 
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Heartfelt and nostalgic, this collection of poems and prose speaks of Ian Kerr's deep rootedness in his origins, in his childhood experiences and in his culture. 
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Finn lives with his dad on a boat on the west coast of Scotland. He loves his dad very much, but every day is hard for him because he has to carry a secret. His dad isn't at all well. And the one thing he doesn't want Finn to do is to learn to swim. The p 
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Alan Mackintosh was only one of millions of young men who met a premature and bloody death in the trenches of World War I. He had family connections on his father's side with Inverness-shire and Ross-shire; he was brought up in Brighton, attended St Paul 
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A picture book with music to appeal to the young and the not so young. It is also of interest to primary schools and libraries for its realistic illustrations portraying life in the last century and the simple tunes for young singers and musicians. 
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All around this small clifftop habitation, the wild land was working day and night over the centuries, silently, imperceptibly, to reclaim what it knew to be its own. The years had whittled away at the village until only its strongest and most tenacious i 
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Aimed at 8–12 year olds, this is another cracking work of adventure and imagination from one of Scotland’s finest children’s authors. 
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The Granny Porage story books (each containing 3 separate fully illustrated stories) have delighted the very young and early readers. They are carefully written to be enjoyed but also to bring a knowledge of a time long before now. NOW Children who h 
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Once upon a time, a long time ago, there was a wee cottage all by itself on an island. The island was on a small loch, up over the hill from the village by the shore. In this cottage there lived a little old woman, who was known to everyone as Granny Pora 
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Fierce and fiery, timeless and timely, in this retrospective collection, performance-poet and writer, Jack Withers looks at our world. 
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What is Glasgow? Who are the Glasgwegians? In the town that grew with dramatic speed in the years of the industrial revolution, with an influx of peoples from the Scottish Highlands, Ireland, Eastern Europe and further afield, how have the citizens de 
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Into a Room presents an edited selection of Soutar's poems for a wider readership. Each Scots poem is annotated and the editors, Carl MacDougall and Douglas Gifford have written a full introduction. They argue that William Soutar's work is truly eclectic 
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In this sequel to Tobermory Days and Tobermory Tales, Lorn Macintyre's greatly acclaimed story collections, the author continues to capture the essence of the lives of Hebridean Islanders. 
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ONCE upon a time, a long time ago, there was a wee cottage all by itself on an island. In this cottage there lived a little old woman who was known to everyone as Granny Porage. . . 
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A man asleep, Rubio flees Paris for the Egyptian desert. He escapes his back-biting colleagues, the proximity of his ex-wife, and the depressions that he diagnoses daily in the medical surgery. And Paris hates Rubio too. The city is like a TV show that 
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In this first poetry collection, John Kelsall reflects on people and places, issues and events, from the perspective of middle age – with humour and self-deprecation, but also with passion. These poems are a personal statement about what matters, about 
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This carefully selected choice by the author shows the sharp, stylish, moving and funny nature of this original and inventive mind. A common line of interest is how the individual reacts at crucial life-determining moments. 
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The Roost - stories: Neil Butler

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The Roost - stories: Neil Butler

‘The Roost’ is a perilous tidal race off the coast of Shetland. In these unique stories, Neil Butler renders the lives of young people as no less swift and dangerous.

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