Kirsteen Scott

Kirsteen Scott lives and writes in Edinburgh but she belongs to Argyll where storytelling, the individual voice and the land were significant. When she was wee and in the spring she used to grub for earthnuts – following the long white thinning root to the prize of a nut. Now the prize is a poem. Short stories and poems have been published in Cencrastus, New Writing Scotland and Northwords Now.

Events

Sightlines »

Ekphrastic poetry responding to new artwork at the festival

Thu 2 March - Sat 4 March | 13:00 - 17:00 | FREE | Public Library, Church Square, Meeting Room

Meet the Artist »

Meet some of the poets from the Sightlines exhibition

Fri 3 March | 15:45 - 16:30 | FREE | Public Library, Church Square, Meeting Room