Iona Paperback

The Other Island

by Iain Sarjeant; Kenneth Steven;

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A Bird's Eye View

An exciting and beautiful spiritual evocation of Iona feat. inspiring photography, brand new poems and legendary tales

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In this exciting and beautiful spiritual evocation of Iona, we find inspiring photography, brand new poems, tales recounting legends, local stories and Celtic passages from Adamnan - but there is much more to this wonderful book than a simple description of its elements can capture. It is a work of poetic, spiritual beauty.

Evoking the intricacies of the island's spiritual web, the book finds half-explored coves and caves, explores the names of certain seldom-visited glens and headlands and tells people who thought they knew everything about Iona things of which they had no knowledge.

KENNETH STEVEN is a highly popular Scottish writer, poet and broadcaster whose work is steeped in a love of Iona and the west coast of Scotland. IAIN SARJEANT is a thoughtful, frequently published photographer whose work evocatively complements the poetic approach of Kenneth Steven.

Iona by Iain Sarjeant; Kenneth Steven was published by St Andrew Press in April 2014 and is our 34259th best seller. The ISBN for Iona is 9780861538300.

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"...Steven has a talent for capturing the startling, original image ... he is a fine, fine poet' New Shetlander 'this poet is a worthy successor to such greats as George Mackay Brown, Iain Crichton Smith and Norman MacCaig... he celebrates Scotland's past and present without the least trace of sentimentality' The Scots Magazine 'Kenneth Steven has a ready sensitivity to the beauty of small moments." - The Herald.


Details for Iona

Page last updated 29th April 2015
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSt Andrew Press (April 2014)
Number of Pages128
Thickness10 mm
Height200 mm
Width172 mm
Product Code4264921
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