Kennins is Hamish Scott's first poetry collection, comprising 37 poems in Scots on a variety of subjects. 30 of the poems have been gathered from various publications and 7 poems are published for the first time.

'...a fine graisp o the leid, a fine turn o phrase, an a fine lyric gift.'

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Words: 3,970
Language: Scots
ISBN: 9781301057849
About Hamish Scott

Hamish Scott was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1960 and now lives on the outskirts of the city in Tranent, East Lothian.
His poetry in Scots has been published in numerous outlets.
'Kennins', his first poetry collection, was published in 2013.
His second collection, 'Scotlan's Richt: Thirteen poems anent the 2014 independence referendum', was published in 2014.
'Wirds for the day', his third collection, was published in 2015 and contains 50 poems on a variety of subjects.
In 2015 he won the Scots language prize in the Wigtown Poetry Competition.

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