and Hugh McMillan (right) with Lady Marks.
Roncadora Press has won the National Library of Scotland 2017 Callum Macdonald Memorial Award.
The winning poetry pamphlet was 'Sheep Penned', written by poet Hugh McMillan and published by Hugh Bryden.
Second place was awarded to Duncan Lockerbie of Tapsalteerie Press for the pamphlet, 'tilt-shift', by Kate Tough.
Established in 2001 in memory of Callum Macdonald, the award recognises excellence in the publication of poetry pamphlets. It is funded by the Michael Marks Charitable Trust.
First prize is £1,500, and second prize is £600. The author of the winning pamphlet is also eligible for a two-week residency in Greece in July as the Michael Marks Poet in Residence at Harvard University's Center for Hellenic Studies.
Read more in our award press release
12 May 2017