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An Cuilithionn 1939 / The Cuillin 1939
and Unpublished Poems

by Somhairle MacGill-Eain / Sorley MacLean;
ed. Christopher Whyte

A new edition of Sorley MacLean’s hugely powerful Gaelic political poem, with facing English translation. Also includes forty-five other previously unpublished works by MacLean.
 


Pbk: £12.50
 

The Lady of the Lake
by Sir Walter Scott; ed. Thomas Crawford
Illustrated by Linda Farquharson
A special illustrated edition of Sir Walter Scott’s epic poem, marking its 200th anniversary. Published in partnership with the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
 


Hbk: £14.95
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A Portable Shelter
by Kirsty Logan
Illustrated by Liz Myhill
Thirteen elegant and haunting tales of circuses and stargazing, selkie fishermen and domestic werewolves, child-eating witches and broken-toothed dragons, from one of Scotland’s most exciting young writers.
 


Hbk: £9.95
 

Scottish Plays for Schools
ed. Roy McGregor & Liz Niven
A collection of six plays by contemporary Scottish writers, suitable for English or Drama classrooms ranging from S1 to S6.
 


Pbk: £7.99
 

The Space of Fiction
Voices From Scotland in a Post-Devolution Age
by Marie-Odile Pittin-Hedon
The Space of Fiction shows how contemporary Scottish novelists illuminate a post-national, cosmopolitan, multicultural and even globalised Scotland. Professor Pittin-Hedon explores their notions of space and place, and questions the impact of fiction on the nature of identity.
 


Pbk: £12.50
 

Stepping Westward
Inaugural Lectures
by Nigel Leask & Alan Riach
These two stimulating lectures, by the Regius Chair of English Literature and Language, and the Chair of Scottish Literature, at the University of Glasgow, are infused with a passion for the validity and worth of English and Scottish – and many other – literatures.
 


Pbk: £9.95
 

Treasure Islands
Scottish fiction for young readers aged 10–14
ed. James Alison & Ronald Renton
Treasure Islands is a collection of 160 short reviews of the best Scottish children’s fiction, with information on themes, content, age range and reading level.
 


Pbk: £6.95
 

Understanding Grammar in Scotland Today
by John Corbett & Christian Kay
Understanding Grammar in Scotland Today explains basic concepts and presents a method of analysis that is systematic and suitable for complete beginners with no previous experience of formal grammatical study.
 


Pbk: £9.95
 

Last updated 5 June 2015