Valerie Gillies

Standard Name: Gillies, Valerie


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Textual Features Maud Sulter
The exhibition featured ten large-size portrait photos of famous Scottish poets. Its final day featured a reading of their poems by Valerie Gillies , Liz Niven , and Janet Paisley .
“Polaroid Poets at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery”. Hi-Arts: Northings - Highlands & Islands Arts Journal.


Scottish poet Valerie Gillies , born in Edmonton, Alberta, published Each Bright Eye: Selected Poems, 1971-1975.
Valerie Gillies contributed the Preface to a collection of Scottish Short Stories.
Valerie Gillies published Kim: Notes, a study guide for Rudyard Kipling 's novel.
Valerie Gillies published her second collection of poetryBed of Stone, whose title came from the greatest greyhound ever.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Valerie Gillies , Judy Steel , and Shelley Klein published their impressions of their journey through the United Kingdom in Tweed Journey.
April 1990
Illustrated by Will Maclean , The Chanters Tune by Valerie Gillies appeared.
Valerie Gillies edited an anthology of new writing, East Coast Writers.
August 1995
Valerie Gillies wrote and published the Will Maclean -illustrated collectionThe Ringing Rock, a volume in the Scottish Cultural Press 's Scottish Contemporary Poets series.