Umbrellas of Edinburgh Poetry and Prose Inspired by Umbrellas of Edinburgh is a new anthology of contemporary writing about Edinburgh It includes work by acclaimed writers, reflecting the diverse voices and lives of this iconic city. Umbrellas of Edinburgh Jane Alexander author Nov , Umbrellas of Edinburgh Freight Books is a new anthology of poems and stories about Edinburgh, including my short fiction Candlemaker Row Here s the story behind the story Here s the story behind the story Umbrellas of Edinburgh Podcast Scottish Poetry Library In a special edition of our podcast series, we see Edinburgh through the eyes of its poets Last year, the publisher Freight put out an anthology called Umbrellas of Edinburgh This collection of new work brought together poems all about Scotland s capital. Our writers Umbrellas of Edinburgh The following writers and artists have work included in Umbrellas of Edinburgh Patricia Ace s collection, Fabulous Beast, is available from Freight Books Viccy Adams is a former Leverhulme Trust writer in residence at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh. Umbrellas of Edinburgh by Russell Jones Contemporary poetry and prose about Edinburgh, from top writers Come on a journey We begin at Blackness Castle, Edinburgh Airport, the Bridges in the far west, then on to Dean Village and the National Gallery of Modern Art in the West End, via Murrayfield, Tynecastle and the Diggers pub. Umbrellas of Edinburgh Facebook Umbrellas of Edinburgh Public Hosted by Blackwell Bookshop Edinburgh, South Bridge Interested clock Tuesday, November , at PM PM UTC More than a year ago pin Blackwell Bookshop Edinburgh, South Bridge South Bridge, EH YS Edinburgh Umbrellas of Edinburgh Barnes Noble Russell Jones is an Edinburgh based writer and editor He has published four collections of poetry, the most recent being The Green Dress Whose Girl is Sleeping He is the deputy editor of Shoreline of Infinity , a science fiction magazine, and is the editor of Where Rockets Burn Through Contemporary Science Fiction Poems from the UK. Umbrellas of Edinburgh Guardian Bookshop Come on a journey We begin at Blackness Castle, Edinburgh Airport, the Bridges in the far west, then on to Dean Village and the National Gallery of Modern Art in the West End, via Murrayfield, Tynecastle and the Diggers pub Next to the Cafe Royal, South An Evening with Umbrellas of Edinburgh The Edinburgh The evening will begin at in the Screening Room, George Square, University of Edinburgh, and everyone is welcome Read about Umbrellas of Edinburgh in The Edinburgh Reporter s Umbrellas of Edinburgh Poetry and Prose Inspired by Buy Umbrellas of Edinburgh Poetry and Prose Inspired by Scotland s Capital City by Laura Clay, Russell Jones, Claire Askew ISBN from s Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.