Here is the cover of my latest collection, Glamourie. It has a Scottish orientation and is obtainable from the publisher, Indigo Dreams, or online.

Glamourie front cover

And here is some more information about me:

Donald Adamson is a poet and translator, currently living in Finland and Scotland. In 1995 he was awarded a Scottish Arts Council writer’s bursary. He has lived in France, the Middle East, and Finland, and has translated Finnish poems for How to address the fog: Finnish poems 1978-2002 (Carcanet/Scottish Poetry Library, 2005); also song texts for the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, and for the World Music group Värttinä.
          Donald co-founded the Scottish arts and literature magazine Markings, and has had two pamphlet collections published (Clearer Water, and The Gift of Imperfect Lives). He has been a prizewinner in several poetry competitions. His poem ‘Fause Prophets’, which in 1999 won the Herald Millennium Poetry Competition, is buried in a time capsule under the walls of the Scottish Poetry Library. His collection, From Coiled Roots, was published by Indigo Dreams Publications in 2013.
          His translations of Eeva Kilpi, 'A Landscape Blossoms Within Me', have been published by Arc Publications.