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Christie Williamson

Christie Williamson Christie Williamson b. 1976. Christie Williamson is a Yell man living in Glasgow. His poetry has been published in magazines including the New Shetlander, Lallans and Northwords Now, and commended in the William Soutar Open Writing competition and the Wigtown Poetry competition. His Shetland dialect translations of poems by Federico Garcia Lorca were published in 2010 by Hansel Cooperative Press under the title ‘Arc o Möns’, and won the Callum Macdonald Memorial Prize. He is Scots poetry editor of Tapsalteerie Press.  

Christie's first full collection of poems,  Oo an Feddirs, was published in 2015 by Luath Press.  HIs second, Doors tae Naewye, was published in 2020, again by Luath Press

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