Scottish Poetry Library
Bringing people and poems together is at the heart of everything we do – our mission. With this in mind, we’ll strive for our visitors, borrowers and service users to experience the SPL as a welcoming and compassionate organisation, aiming to transform people’s lives through exciting experiences and creative engagement with poetry...
Edwin Morgan Archive
The Edwin Morgan Archive was collected over a period of thirty years by Hamish Whyte, Edwin Morgan's friend, publisher and biographer.
The Archive represents the most significant and accessible collection of his work in print and other media, vividly illustrating the breadth and variety of his writing, his publishing career, and its context, decade by decade.
Handwritten corrections and notes made by Morgan in the published texts, give an illuminating insight into the mind of the poet.
Founded in 1970, the Association for Scottish Literary Studies is an educational charity that aims to promote the study, teaching and writing of Scottish literature, and to further the study of the languages of Scotland.
The Bottle Imp
The Bottle Imp is a free online magazine published by the Association for Scottish Literary Studies. We publish two main issues — one in the summer and one in the fall — and one Supplement in the spring. The two main issues each focus on a particular theme; the Supplement is comprised of papers (usually four) on Scottish literature / authors which were presented at the most recent MLA convention in North America.