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ISBN 978-1-77171-394-8 Replay: 1943-1965 (poetry) 23.95
published 2020 92 pages

The poems range widely over the personal – memories of Stephen Scobie's family, especially of his father, and of the tangled glories of several adolescent love affairs – and the public world – from a despotic namesake in post-War Greece to a sensational murder trial in 1950s Glasgow. What remains throughout is Scotland – the land itself, its history and culture – which the retrospect of 50 years has only brought into the sharper focus of this... Replay.

ISBN 978-1-77171-105-0 The Griffin in the Griffin's Wood (fiction) 29.95
published 2016 340 pages

The government of the so-called German Democratic Republic is stumbling through the last months before the fall of the Berlin Wall. But in the shadows, the old antagonisms continue between spies and counter-spies, double and triple agents. And a young Canadian intelligence officer, Frank Carpenter, finds himself drawn into a mystery which leads him to a bizarre and personal form of German Reunification.

ISBN 978-1-77171-121-0 Stanzas (poetry) 23.95
published 2015 86 pages

Stanzas by Governor General Award-winning poet Stephen Scobie consists largely of poems written in the traditional rhyming stanzas of the ballad tradition. But if the form is restricted, the range is wide: from artistic tributes to historical reflections, from fictional stories to family remembrance.

ISBN 978-1-897430-32-3 RLS: At the World’s End (poetry) 19.95
published 2009 88 pages

In RLS: At the World’s End, award-winning Canadian poet Stephen Scobie charts an imagined course through Stevenson’s writings and travels. Scobie, himself a Scot living abroad, presents an extended dialogue between his own, contemporary voice and a poetic image of RLS.

ISBN 1-896860-51-6 And Forget My Name: A speculative biography of Bob Dylan (poetry) 12.95
published 1999 78 pages

And Forget My Name concerns the life of Robert Zimmerman, the youth who would later be known as Bob Dylan. Through poetic interpretations and speculations, Scobie discovers a deeper truth behind one of the great living enigmas of our time.