Poetry Web Links
This web link will take you to a collection of the works of William McGonagall where you will find all his poems, all the biographies, and more besides.
Visit the 'Gateway to Scotland's National Collection of Burns Treasures . . . . . . .'
This web link will take you to the Scottish Poetry Library which is a very useful resource
for poems, poets and poetry events in Scotland.
This website, The Lordship & Barony of Kilmarnock , presents an area of Ayrshire, Scotland, which has an incomparable history.
The site portrays the lives led by some of Scotland's great heroes and heroines, saints and sinners
- Lords Kilmarnock, William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots and Robert Burns - in the history of that feudal Lordship & Barony.
The Poetry Scotland web site, from diehard publishers, Callander, Scotland, provides space for opinion, a complete Index to the contents, a Language/Dialect Map, Poets' Portraits and information on how to submit poems to the broadsheet.
There is a Newsboard containing letters and poems. The site offers advice on how to write and submit to magazines with fun Competitions and an Editorial.
Who are the Scots?
Kenny Dalglish (1951 - ) Perhaps Scotland's most successful football player. Born in Glasgow, he joined Jock Stein's Celtic team in 1967, moving to the English team Liverpool in 1977 for a record transfer fee. Won League and European Cups with Liverpool and became a successful player-manager. One of Scotland's greatest football internationalists, playing in successive World Cup championships and was capped 102 times.