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Janet Paisley

Contributor

Janet Paisley

Janet Paisley is one of Scotland's most versatile writers. Her awards include BAFTA and Royal Television Society nominations, a Creative Scotland Award, a Canongate Prize, British theatre's Peggy Ramsay Award, BBC Prose Prize, MacDiarmid Poetry Trophy, and the Sutton Short Story Prize. A popular performer of her work at national and international festivals, she writes poetry, fiction, plays, radio, television, screenplays, and literature for children. Her work, in English and in Scots, is taught across the curriculum from primary to university.

Articles by Janet Paisley

Three Poems
By Janet Paisley
Hawk Stoneswatching the procession to open Scotland's parliamentceased 25 March 1707 resurrected 1 July 1999there is no stone where the hawk soars,no hawk where the stones standnor at their cobbled…
Translated from Scots by Janet Paisley
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