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Thu 21 Feb 2019 @ 11:05
RT @churchscotlandTo mark #InternationalMotherLanguageDay we thought we would share a video of Iain Whyte of @cofsguild reading from… https://t.co/9zEroQ36oS
Author(s): Kenneth Steven
Over the past 20 years, Kenneth Steven has become one of the country's most popular poets. Drawing on a quiet Celtic spirituality and a love of wild Scotland, his engaging poetry offers us something beautiful, evocative, moving and captivating.
He is also a highly successful broadcaster, featuring regularly on national radio. His BBC Radio 4 documentary on the island of St Kilda won him a prestigious Sony Award.
'...enjoying [Kenneth Steven's work] intensely - style and subject.' -- Ted Hughes '...this poet is a worthy successor to such greats as George Mackay Brown, Iain Crichton Smith and Norman MacCaig ... he celebrates Scotland past and present without the least trace of sentimentality.' The Scots Magazine