Edwin Morgan was, without question, one of the foremost Scottish poets of the twentieth century. His tirelessly experimental approach was dynamite in his time and still (just read him!) knocks spots off most contemporary writers.
During the last three decades of Morgan’s long life, poet Hamish Whyte was first his bibliographer, then (through Mariscat Press) one of his publishers, and finally—and most importantly—his close friend.
This personal and evocative memoir tells the inside story of a life-changing friendship.