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Publishing Liz Lochhead
LL 's publishers, Polygon , brought out a new edition (with dates added to its title) of her 1984 volume, now entitled Dreaming Frankenstein and Collected Poems 1967-1984.
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Reception Liz Lochhead
Published by Polygon in Edinburgh, Dreaming Frankenstein and Collected Poems sold well: by 1989 it had been reprinted three times—more than 8,000 copies.
Whyte, Hamish. “Liz Lochhead: A Checklist”. Liz Lochhead’s Voices, edited by Robert Crawford and Anne Varty, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 170-91.
Reception Muriel Spark
In the run-up to Spark's centenary in 2018, Canongate published in 2016 omnibus volumes which each contain the text of three of her novels, under titles like Spark's Satire and Spark's Europe, and Polygon


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Ferguson, Susanne, and Marion Reid. “Foreword”. A Plea for Woman, Polygon, 1988, p. v - viii.
Lochhead, Liz. Dreaming Frankenstein and Collected Poems. Polygon, 1984.
Lochhead, Liz. Dreaming Frankenstein and Collected Poems 1967-1984. Polygon, 2003.
Lochhead, Liz. Fugitive Colours. Polygon, 2016.
Lochhead, Liz. The Colour of Black and White. Polygon, 2003.
Reid, Marion, and Susanne Ferguson. A Plea for Woman. Polygon, 1988.
Sulter, Maud. “Biographical Sketch and Poems”. Dream State: The New Scottish Poets, edited by Daniel O’Rourke, Polygon, 1994, pp. 127-32.
Wilson, Rebecca. “Interview: Maud Sulter”. Sleeping with Monsters: Conversations with Scottish and Irish Women Poets, edited by Gillean Somerville-Arjat and Rebecca Wilson, Polygon, 1990, pp. 26-36.