Calder Wood Press

 

 

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Calder Wood Press
is an independent publisher based in Dunbar, owned and run by Colin Will, specialising in poetry pamphlets.

2015 programme

I'll be publishing two pamphlets in 2015, by Lindsay Macgregor and Nuala Watt, to be available in Autumn.

Nuala Watt lives in Glasgow. She has an M.Litt in Creative Writing from the University of St Andrews and is currently studying for a PhD in the poetics of partial sight. Her work has been published in Magma, Gutter and on BBC Radio 3. Poems  appeared in Vagabond Voices’ 2014 anthology of new Scottish poets Be The First To Like This. She has just received a bursary from the John Mather Charitable Trust, given to an emerging poet to further their work.

Nuala Watt

Lindsay Macgregor completed an MLitt in Writing Practice and Study at the University of Dundee in 2012.  She co-hosts Platform, a regular music and poetry night at Ladybank Station, and co-edits Dundee Writes, a small magazine of poetry and prose.  She also reviews poetry collections for DURA (Dundee University Review of the Arts). Her poems are published in a range of magazines, including Gutter, Poetry Scotland, Northwords Now and New Writing Scotland.
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Lindsay Macgregor


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