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The Edinburgh of Angus Calder's poems is not the city of summer tourism and landmark buildings. It is the all-the-year-round arena of lingering mists or brilliant sunlight on grey stone, where seagulls and pigeons command the early-morning streets, curlers sweep their ice at Murrayfield and coarse sportsmen revel on the Meadows.
|Publication date:||1st November 2004|
|Publisher:||Luath Press Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Poetry by individual poets,|
Poet, polemical journalist, literary critic and historian. Winner of two SAC book awards. Funding convenor of the Scottish Poetry Library (1984) Best known as a historian of the Second World War and the British Empire. Formerly staff tutor in Arts, Open University in Scotland. Now freelance writer.More About Angus Calder