Andrew McCallum

Andrew McCallumAndrew McCallum lives and works in Lowland Scotland. He writes in both Scots and English, and his poetry has been broadcast and published widely in Britain and North America.

Poems have appeared in the following anthologies:

A Passion for the Art of Taxidermy, ed. Muriel Gray (BBC, 2005)
The Wallace Muse, ed. Lesley Duncan and Elspeth King (Luath, 2005)
Dance the Guns to Silence: 100 Poems for Ken Saro-Wiwa, ed. Nii Ayikwei Parkes and Kadija Sesay (Flipped Eye Publishing, in association with PEN African Writers Abroad, 2005)
Making Soup in a Storm: New Writing Scotland 24, ed. Valerie Thornton, Brian Whittingham, and Ian MacDonald (Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 2006)

Andrew’s poem for The Other Side of Sleep, Hamnavoe is  a visit to George Mackay Brown in 1989

Andrew’s poem for Liberty Tales is Liberty

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