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DOUGLAS LIPTON: SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY - chronologically arranged
Magazines, journals, broadsheets etc:

EMU - number 1, 1971 [ed. Ann Draycon & James G MacDonald]
West Coast Magazine - issue 5
Orbis - number 76
Lines Review - number 115
Orbis - number 79
Understanding - number 3
Ore - 42
Poetry Wales - volume 27, number 2
West Coast Magazine - issue 12
Cencrastus - number 45
Gairfish: The Liberty Tree - volume 7 [ed. W N Herbert & Richard Price]
Northwords - issue 4
Southfields - 1995 [ed. Raymond Friel & Richard Price]
Markings - number 1
The Dark Horse - number 3
Markings - number 3
Network - May 1997
Lines Review - 141
Markings - 'Gaelforce' special edition - 1998
Poetry Scotland - pilot issue 2
Markings - issue 6
Poetry Scotland - issue 3
Markings - issue 8
Fife Lines - issue 2
Poetry Scotland - issue 8
Markings - 'Gaelforce' special issue - 1999
Markings - issue 10
Southfields - 6.1/'Night Solo'
Northwords - summer 2002
Painted, spoken - number 5 [ed. Richard Price]
Poetry Scotland 25
Poetry Scotland 27
Poetry Scotland 29
Poetry Scotland 36
Markings - issue 20 & 21 - 10th Anniversary Edition
Markings - issue 22 [ed. John Hudson]
Markings - issue 25
Orizont Contemporar Literar – An V – Nr. 5 (31) Septembrie-Octombrie 2012
Orizont Contemporar Literar  - An VI – Nr. 1 (33) Ianuarie-Februarie 2013
Orizont Contemporar Literar – An VI – Nr. 2 (34) Martie-Aprilie 2013
Southlight 13
Orizont Contemporar Literar – An VI – Nr. 4 (36) 2013
Orizont Contemporar Literar –An VI – Nr. 6 (38) Noiembrie-Decembrie 2013

Anthologies:

The Day I Met the Queen Mother - New Writing Scotland 8, [ed. Hamish Whyte & Janice Galloway, ASLS, 1990] ISBN 0-948877-10-3
Scream, If You Want to go Faster - New Writing Scotland 9, [ed.Hamish Whyte & Janice Galloway, ASLS, 1991] ISBN 0-948877-13-X
Pig Squealing - New Writing Scotland 10, [ed. Hamish Whyte & Janice Galloway, ASLS, 1992] ISBN 0-948877-15-4
With Both Feet Off the Ground (ed. Elspeth Brown, Pete Fortune, Terence Leigh & Douglas Mitchell, Dumfries & Galloway Libraries, 1993] ISBN 0-946280-14-2
The Ghost of Liberace - New Writing Scotland 11, [ed. A L Kennedy & Hamish Whyte, ASLS, 1993] ISBN 0-948877-18-9
Mungo's Tongues - Glasgow Poems 1630-1990 [ed. Hamish Whyte, Mainstream Publishing, 1993] ISBN 1-85158-580-X
Mr Burns for Supper [ed. Pete Fortune & Brent Hodgson, Greit Bogill Publications, Ayr & Dumfries, 1996] ISBN 0-9521329-2-3
After the Watergaw [ed. Robert Davidson, Scottish Cultural Press, Edinburgh, 1998] ISBN 1-84017-024-7
Flights of Fancy [ed. John Hudson & Douglas Lipton, Marking Publications, Kirkcudbright, 1998] ISBN 1-901913-17-7
The Sound of our Voices [ed. Pete Fortune and Liz Niven, Dumfries & Galloway Libraries, Information & Archives, Dumfries, 1999] ISBN 0-94628-038-X
Atoms of Delight - an anthology of Scottish haiku and short poems [ed. Alec Finlay, pocketbooks/Morning Star Publications/Polygon, Edinburgh, 2000] ISBN 0-7486-6275-8
Without Day - proposals for a new Scottish Parliament [ed. Alec Finlay, pocketbooks/Morning Star Publications/City Art Centre/Polygon, Edinburgh, 2000] ISBN 0-7486-6277-4
The Hall of Mirrors [ed. Douglas Lipton, Dumfries & Galloway Arts Association/Rites of Passage/NSF Scotland, Dumfries, 2000]
Back to the Light - New Glasgow Poems [ed. Donny O'Rourke & Hamish Whyte, Mariscat Press/Glasgow City Council, Glasgow 2001] ISBN 0-946588-26-0
Scottish Poems [ed. John Rice, MacMillan Children's Books, London, 2001] ISBN 0-333-90073-1
Such Strange Joy - Ten Years of the Shore Poets [ed. Allan Crosbie, Lynx publishing, Aberdour, 2001] ISBN 0-95405831-3
Milking The Haggis - New Writing Scotland 21 [ed. Valerie Thornton & Hamish Whyte, ASLS, Glasgow, 2004] ISBN 0 948877 57 X
The McCash Poetry Prize 2004 - Shortlisted entries and winners [ed.Lesley Duncan, Douglas Gifford, Edwin Morgan and Alan Riach; The University of Glasgow/The Herald; September 2004.]
Bringing Back Some Brightness - New Writing Scotland 22 - 20 years of New Writing Scotland [ed. Valerie Thornton & Hamish Whyte, ASLS, Glasgow, 2004] ISBN 0-948877-60-X
60/60 - dæmon 7 & 8 [ed. Gerry Loose, Survivors' Press, Glasgow, August 2005] ISSN 1368-3055 26-7
Twelve Galloway Poets [ed. John Hudson, Markings, Gatehouse of Fleet 2009] ISBN 9781901913088 - available from www.markings.org.uk
Antologia revistei Orizont literar contemporan – 3/2012
Cat’s Whiskers – 39 years of the Mariscat Press – Poems [ed. Hamish Whyte, Mariscat, Edinburgh, 2012] ISBN 978 0 946588 61 9

Collections (books & chapbooks):

The Stone Sleeping Bag, Douglas Lipton, Mariscat Press, Glasgow 1993. ISBN 0-946588-15-5
The Outside World, Douglas Lipton, Markings Publications, Kirkcudbright, 1996
Fairy Tales, Douglas Lipton, Markings Publications, Kirkcudbright 1997. ISBN 1-901913-09-7
Chinese Spare Ribs - Young Poets of Dumfries & Galloway, Information & Archives/Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival, Dumfries, 1999. ISBN 0-946280-35-5
Hale-Bopp Poems, Douglas Lipton, Markings Publications, Kirkcudbright, 2001. ISBN 1-901913-21-7
An Enclave in Eden, Douglas Lipton FIVE BOB OGRE, ISBN No.: 978-0-9562527-0-8; price £5.00 - 100 pages.
The Aquarium, Douglas Lipton, FIVE BOB OGRE; ISBN No.: 978-0-9562527-1-5; price £5.00 - 33 pages.

Sound Recordings (CDs, cassettes etc):

The Jewel Box - Contemporay Scottish Poems, CD - [edited by Ken Cockburn & Alec Finlay, Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh, 2000] ISBN 0-9532235-1-5
Solway Fire (by John Hudson) [SAC] - Five Writers from Dumfries & Galloway. [CD-Rom available from John Hudson
and Markings Magazine - see Links]
Poetry Podcast Project - Dumfries & Galloway Arts Association (DGAA) with Jules Horne (Virtual Writer-in-Residence) opened this showcase for thirteen SW Scottish poets -  including Douglas Lipton - in March 2006. Readings by Lipton and the other poets can be accessed through: www.dgcommunity.net/writers   -   click on the podcast link from which you can then listen directly through your computer or download on MP3. This is an amazing, ground-breaking project - well worth exploring.
Yesterday and Forever...recollecting Lockerbie:   by Helen Engelhardt Hawkins, produced with Marjorie Van Halteren (Entre Deux Amies Productions, USA, 2006). Six wives, widowed by the Lockerbie aeroplane bombing, talk about their
husbands, with words and music adapted from "Songs for the Falling  Angel".
Coming Home To Us – A Trilogy of Love, Loss, & Healing – Entgre Deux Amies Productions, Midsummer Sound Company, USA, 2011 – 2 CD-set includes Songs for the Falling Angel - ISBN 978 0 9802409 2 4 and other reflections on the Lockerbie atrocity.

Programmes, catalogues etc:
New Paintings & Drawings - Keith McIntyre [Compass Gallery, Glasgow, March-April 1985]
The Muscle in my Head - prints by Kenny Morrison [Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries, September-October 1989]
The Flora and Fauna of an Independent Scotland - illustrated by Kenny Morrison ['Scottish Beasts' at Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival, 1991]
Songs for the Falling Angel - with Keith McIntyre & Karen Wimhurst. [Edinburgh International Festival - Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh, and Crichton Memorial Church, Dumfries, 1991]
Songs for the Falling Angel - with Keith McIntyre & Karen Wimhurst. [Glasgow Museums - Art Gallery & Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow, December, 1991 and January 1992]
Dedication of the Memorial Cairn - honouring the 270 victims who perished in the terrorist bombing of Pan American Flight 103 on December 21, 1988. [Arlington National Cemetery, VA, USA, November3, 1995]
'The Golden Door'/David Ashton; & The Children of the Andes. [Moffat Youth Theatre production programme, 1997]
Criticism:
Dragomirescu, Daniel, Orizonturi Interculturale, Editura Pim, Ia?i, Romania, 2014 – ISBN 978 606 13 1682 3. Includes, among numerous others, a critical essay on the poetry of Douglas Lipton in Romanian and English.
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