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.
BOOKS FROM ASLS
With Their Best Clothes On: New Writing Scotland 36
Susie Maguire, Samuel Tongue
John Galt’s Annals of the Parish and The Provost: (Scotnotes Study Guides)
She Said He Said I Said
Empires and Revolutions: Cunninghame Graham and His Contemporaries
Carla Sassi, Silke Stroh
The International Companion to Scottish Literature 1400-1650
A Kist o Skinklan Things: An Anthology of Scots Poetry from the First and Second Waves of the Scottish Renaissance
J. Derrick McClure
The International Companion to John Galt
Taking Liberties: Scottish Literature and Expressions of Freedom
Poets of the People’s Journal: Newspaper Poetry in Victorian Scotland
Talking About Lobsters
Ena Lamont Stewart’s Men Should Weep
The International Companion to Scottish Poetry
The International Companion to Edwin Morgan
The International Companion to Lewis Grassic Gibbon
A Portable Shelter
The Rooftop Busker
Mary Paterson, or, the Fatal Error
The Space of Fiction: Voices from Scotland in a Post-Devolution Age
The Short Stories of George Mackay Brown
Neil M. Gunn’s the Silver Darlings
Songs of Other Places
Gerry Cambridge, Zoe Strachan
From the Line: Scottish War Poetry 1914-1945
David Goldie, Roderick Watson
The Poetry of Edwin Morgan
Carl MacDougall, Zoe Strachan
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