Book Reviews

Welcome to The Bottle Imp's Book Review section. Each title below (in red) links to its review. If you'd like to suggest a book for review, please get in touch!

Beredter Norden: Schottische Lyrik seit 1900 | Eloquent North: Scottish Poetry since 1900 by Iain Galbraith (Edition Rugerup, 2011) reviewed by Silke Stroh

The Birlinn of Clanranald by Alan Riach (Kettillonia, 2015) reviewed by Ronnie Black

The Evergreen: A New Season in the North 2 edited by Sean Bradley (Word Bank, 2015) reviewed by Carl MacDougall

Gilgamesh's Snake and Other Poems (Bilingual edition) Translated from the Arabic by John Glenday and Ghareeb Iskander (Syracuse University Press, 2016) reviewed by Sarah Irving

The Green Dress Whose Girl is Sleeping by Russell Jones (Freight Books, 2015) reviewed by Kevin MacNeil

A History of Drinking: The Scottish Pub Since 1700 by Anthony Cooke (Edinburgh University Press, 2015) reviewed by Charles Snodgrass

A Petrol Scented Spring by Ajay Close (Sandstone Press, 2015) reviewed by Gwen Enstam

Seanchaidh na Coille | The Memory-Keeper of the Forest: Anthology of Scottish-Gaelic Literature of Canada edited by Michael Newton (Cape Breton University Press, 2015) reviewed by Silke Stroh

Tonguit by Harry Giles (Freight Books, 2015) reviewed by Stewart Sanderson

The Voice of the People: Hamish Henderson and Scottish Cultural Politics by Corey Gibson (Edinburgh University Press, 2015) reviewed by Eberhard Bort