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Tonguit by Harry Giles

Tonguit by Harry Giles

Shortlisted for the Forward Prize’s 2016 debut collection award, Harry Giles’ Tonguit is a moving exploration of identity in Scots, English, and bureaucracy.

Politically radical and formally inventive, Tonguit plays at the borders of nationality and sexuality with irreverent affection, questing through languages for a place to speak.

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Liaisons by Leanne Moden

Liaisons by Leanne Moden

Leanne Moden is a poet and performer, currently living in Cambridgeshire. She is a regular feature at club nights and literary events around the UK, and has performed at festivals including the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival, the Beverley Folk Festival and Bestival on the Isle of Wight.

In 2011..

Folk Heroes by Erin Fornoff

Folk Heroes by Erin Fornoff

A native of the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina, Erin Fornoff is an American poet living and working in Dublin, Ireland. Called a “story-telling poet,” “deliciously exotic,” and “as close to music as poetry gets” she has performed her poems at major music festivals such as Glastonbury..

Do Not Alight Here Again by Rachel McCrum

Do Not Alight Here Again by Rachel McCrum

Rachel McCrum arrived in Edinburgh in 2010, via Manchester, Belfast, New Zealand, Oxford and a small seaside town in Northern Ireland. She is Broad of Rally & Broad, Stewed of Stewed Rhubarb Press and the 2015 Writer in Residence for CoastWord, Dunbar.

Her first pamphlet The Glassblower..

Ire & Salt by Jenny Lindsay

Ire & Salt by Jenny Lindsay

Jenny regularly performs all over Scotland and beyond with a blend of dry humour, social-commentary and story-telling. She has been variously described as “a distinctive voice, full of fire and passion,” (Scottish Review of Books), as writing “poems of confidence and substance,” (Poetry Scotland)..

ViewMaster by Ryan Van Winkle & Dan Gorman

ViewMaster by Ryan Van Winkle & Dan Gorman

Ryan Van Winkle is Poet in Residence at Edinburgh City Libraries following a successful run as the Scottish Poetry Library’s first-ever Reader in Residence. He has interviewed hundreds of poets for the Scottish Poetry Library’s poetry podcast and has been commissioned by the Prairie Schooner to..

Jesus, Queen of Heaven by Jo Clifford

Jesus, Queen of Heaven by Jo Clifford

The archbishop of Glasgow called this vision of a transgendered Jesus ‘an affront to the Christian faith’. He never saw it.

Jo Clifford is a playwright and performer who lives in Edinburgh. She is the author of about 80 plays, many of which have been performed all over the world. These..

Oam by Harry Giles

Oam by Harry Giles

Harry says: “The pamphlet wis wrote as pairt o a residency wi Govanhill Baths Art and Regeneration Team (GBart), the art weeng o Govanhill Baths Community Trust. The Baths is a yinst n futur sweemin puil (n steamie n slipper baths n Turkish baths n mair), closed by Glesgae Ceety Cooncil in 2001,..

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