Gorman’s second Gaelic-only collection of poetry, which covers a wide variety of themes and emotions
Publisher: Leabhraichean Beaga
Publication date: 27 March 2006
Gorman's second Gaelic-only collection of poetry, which covers a wide variety of themes and emotions.
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(Rock Heart) is the long-awaited second collection of poetry from Anne Frater
Donald MacAulay is an outstanding and leading modern poet. This collection contains uncollected and unpublished work since his only other collection Seòbhrach às a’ Chloich appeared in 1967.
Angus Peter Campbell
Angus Peter Campbell is one of Scotland’s most respected contemportary poets. Aibisidh, his poetry collection, written in Gaelic and English, is a powerful and sharp-eyed examination of the fragmentation of language and identity.
D. Johnson & M. Caimbeul
A metaphysical dialogue in verse between the Irish poet Diarmuid Johnson and the Scottish poet Maoilios Caimbeul. Diarmuid writes in Irish Gaelic and Maoilios replies in Scottish Gaelic.
Catriona Murray (editor)
For the first time, a bilingual anthology of the poems and songs of the Gaelic poet Murdo MacFarlane from Lewis, the Melbost Bàrd, is available in one volume.