LYRICS & TALES IN TWA TONGUES (Forthcoming Publication) - Click here for more details.
DECAGON: SELECTED POEMS 1995-2005 - Click here for more details.
RHAPSODY OF THE RED CLIFF - Click here for more details.
TWELVE FABLES made owre intil Scots - Click here for more details.
AS FAR AS THALES - Beginning Philosophy - Click here for more details.
THE KING OF FRANCE IS BALD - Philosophy and Meaning - Click here for more details.
SOME RENAISSANCE CULTURE WARS - Click here for more details.
Triptych: Three Tales - Click Here for more details.
Descent - A reprint of the author’s first publication, a short confessional prose work dating from 1968 - ISBN 0-9549941-1-6 32pp. £4.50
HOMAGE TO ROB DONN - Click here for more details.
100 SENTENCES WRITTEN ON FANS - Click here for more details.
MYTHOLOGIES - A new collection of poems from a poet-contributor to Fras, who has written on Celtic Myth - ISBN 0-9549941-5-9 32pp. £5.00
LOVE AS LANDSCAPE PAINTER - Selected Poems - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe - Click here for more details.
FRAS Conversations with Scottish Writers
No. 1 - Donald Campbell
The foremost Scottish playwright of his generation and a fine poet in Scots, talks about his career and beliefs and the current state of Scottish culture.
ISBN 0-9549941-7-5 36pp. £5
No. 2 - Duncan Glen
Poet, publisher, editor of Akros and a semi¬nal figure in Scottish cultural life since the 1960s, discusses the personal background to his achievements and his thoughts about Scottish literary life over several decades.
ISBN 0-9549941-8-3 40pp. £5
No. 3 - Tessa Ransford
Founder of the Scottish Poetry Library, poet and cultural activist, discusses her background and development, remembers her late hus¬band, Callum MacDonald, and offers some thoughts on politics and the arts in Scotland.
ISBN 978-0-9555405-1-6 32pp. £5
No. 4 - Trevor Royle
Discusses his time as an innovative and influ¬ential Literature Director of the Scottish Arts Council in the 1970s, and talks about his tran¬sition to journalist and distinguished military historian.
ISBN 978-0-9555405-2-3 44pp. £5
No. 5 - William Hershaw
Emerging as one of Scotland’s most lively voices in poetry, he discusses his mining background, his life in Fife, his ambitions and how he came to write poetry.
ISBN 978-0-9555405-4-7 36pp. £5