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by Donny O'Rourke

  • Author: Donny O'Rourke
  • ISBN: 074866260X
  • ISBN13: 978-0748662609
  • ePub: 1782 kb | FB2: 1445 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: Polygon; 2nd edition (2002)
  • Pages: 320
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Dream State: The New Scottish Poets ePub download

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Fellowships, residencies and visiting professorships have enabled him to write and teach overseas. His most recent commission was a suite of texts inscribed in the new Maryhill Health Centre in Glasgow.

The introduction by Daniel O'Rourke sets a context for the collection. Includes a biography and photograph of contributors.

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Polygon, 2002 - Poetry - 318 pages

Polygon, 2002 - Poetry - 318 pages. Since its publication in 1994, "Dream State" has come to be regarded not just as an indispensable sampling of recent Scottish poetry, but as a major contribution to the idea of Scotland as a sophisticated, plural, and exciting source of cultural possibilities.

An impressive seven out of 20 of the poets taking part in the New Generation promotion that was announced a few . Having to learn a new voice at the age of four, she's been inventing voices ever since.

An impressive seven out of 20 of the poets taking part in the New Generation promotion that was announced a few weeks ago are Scottish. And here, coincidentally, comes an anthology of the younger generation of Scottish poets, including six of the New Generation's plus 19 others, all of them born between 1955 and 1967. Daniel O'Rourke is not afraid of representing poets by their best work, however well known, so we have Duffy's ticket tout selling an ersatz England and the tabloid headline writer in 'Poet for our Times': 'I like to think I'm a kind of poet, for our times.

Including poems and songs read and sung by Donny. Presented by Ryan Van Winkle. Produced by Colin Fraser poetry Music by Ewen Maclean.

2010 Scottish Arts Council Poetry Book of the Year Award (shortlist) for Rays. Daniel O'Rourke (ed. and intro. Dream State: The New Scottish Poets, ed. Daniel O'Rourke (Polygon, 1994), p. xx-xxxi

2010 Scottish Arts Council Poetry Book of the Year Award (shortlist) for Rays. 2013 Winner, Creative Scotland SMIT Poetry Book of the Year for Small World. 2017 Saltire Society Poetry Book of the Year (shortlist) for Moon for Sale. xx-xxxi. Archived at poetrymagazines. Fiona Wilson, "For Your Information: Getting the News From Painted, Spoken" in International Journal of Scottish Literature, 2 (Spring/Summer 2007). "The British Library: Ted Hughes Collections". Archived from the original on 2008-01-24.

Richard Price (born 1966) is a contemporary Scottish poet, novelist, and . He has worked with artists in sculpture, digital art, artist's books and music. xx-xxxi

Richard Price (born 1966) is a contemporary Scottish poet, novelist, and translator. Born in Reading, Price grew up in Renfrewshire. His collaborators include Julie Johnstone, Simon Lewandowski, Karen Bleitz, Caroline Trettine and Ronald King. He is a lyricist and vocalist in the band Mirabeau.

A revised and updated edition of the collection of Scottish poetry. The new edition has been expanded to take account of new work by the existing contributors and new talents which have emerged. The introduction by Daniel O'Rourke sets a context for the collection. Includes a biography and photograph of contributors.