Contemporary Scottish Poetry

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Black, Ronald (ed.), An Tuil: Anthology of 20th Century Scottish Gaelic Verse (Edinburgh: Polygon, 1999).

Blyth, Caroline, ‘Autonomies and Regions: An Interview with Kathleen Jamie’, Oxford Poetry 7 (2) (1993), pp. 7–12

Boddy, Kasia, ‘Edwin Morgan's Adventures in Calamerica’, Yale Journal of Criticism 13 (1) (2000), pp. 177–91.

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Bowd, Gavin, ‘Poetry after God: The Reinvention of the Sacred in the Work of Eugène Guillevic and Kenneth White’, Dalhousie French Studies 39–40 (1997), pp. 159–80.

Bowd, Gavin, Charles Forsdick and Norman Bissell (eds), Grounding a World: Essays on the Work of Kenneth White (Glasgow: Alba, 2005).

Broom, Sarah: Contemporary British and Irish Poetry: An Introduction (London: Macmillan, 2006).

Brown, Clare and Don Paterson (eds), Don't Ask Me What I Mean: Poets in Their Own Words (London: Picador, 2003).

Brown, Ian (ed.), The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature, Volume Three: Modern Transformations: New Identities (from 1918) (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Brown, Matthew, ‘In/Outside Scotland: Race and Citizenship in the Work of Jackie Kay’, in Berthold Schoene (ed.), The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Literature (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007), pp. 219–26.

Buchanan, Ian and John Marks (eds), Deleuze and Literature (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000).

Burnside, John, Otro Mundo es Posible: Poetry, Dissidence and Reality TV (Edinburgh: Scottish Book Trust, 2003).

, ‘Travelling into the Quotidian: Some Notes on Allison Funk's “Heartland” Poems’, Poetry Review 95 (2) (2005), pp. 59–70. , ‘Mind the Gap: On Reading American Poetry’, Poetry Review 96 (3) (2006), pp. 56–67.

Cahoone, Laurence (ed.), From Modernism to Postmodernism (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).

Carruthers, G., D. Goldie and A. Renfrew (eds), Beyond Scotland: New Contextsfor Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004).

Carson, Ciaran (trans.), The Inferno of Dante Alighieri (London: Granta, 2002).

Christianson, Aileen and Alison Lumsden (eds), Contemporary Scottish Women's Writing (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000).

Clandfield, Peter, ‘“What Is In My Blood?”: Contemporary Black Scottishness and the Work of Jackie Kay’, in Teresa Hubel and Neil Brooks (eds), Literature and Racial Ambiguity (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002), pp. 1–25.


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