Jane McKie

Speaking at the Glasgow Women's Library.Jane McKie, originally from West Sussex, lives in Linlithgow, West Lothian. She has written two collections of poetry: Morocco Rococo (Cinnamon Press), won the Sundial/Scottish Arts Council award for best first book of 2007, and When the Sun Turns Green (Polygon, 2009).  In 2011 McKie won the inaugural Edwin Morgan poetry prize. She runs a small press, Knucker Press, that encourages collaboration between artists and poets, and currently teaches on the MSc in Creative Writing at the University of Edinburgh.

She has written 'Rosine in Glasgow' in support of the Stop Destitution campaign.