HENRY MARSH POETRY

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Henry Marsh was born in Broughty Ferry, Dundee in 1944. He now lives in Midlothian. His working life has been spent teaching English – with a bit of philosophy. His Ph.D thesis (University of Glasgow) is a study of the modes of imagination.

Henry began writing poetry in 2000 following the death of a friend, a Gaelic Bard, Donald MacDonald of South Lochboisdale. Four collections of his work have been published to date:

A First Sighting
A Turbulent Wake
The Guidman’s Daughter
The Hammer and the Fire

He has also worked with the artist Kym Needle to produce A Trail of Dreaming and Wayfarers, both collections of paintings and poems on Australian themes.

He read at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in 2008

COLLECTIONS

   
 

The Hammer and the Fire
2011

The Guidman’s Daughter
2009

 
     

 

A Turbulent Wake
2007

A First Sighting
2005

 

     

OTHER WORKS

   

Wayfarers

2011

 
     

A Trail of Dreaming

2009

 
   

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