Niall Campbell is a poet originally from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. His poetry collections include Moontide (Bloodaxe, 2014), First Nights (Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, US, 2016), and Noctuary (Bloodaxe, 2019). He lives in Leeds and is writing a first libretto for an opera in collaboration with composer Anna Applyby.
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Niall Campbell is a Scottish poet originally from South Uist in the Western Isles. He has been recipient of an Eric Gregory Award (2011) and a Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship (2011). Moontide, his first collection, is published by Bloodaxe, and was named inaugural winner of the £20,000 Edwin Morgan Poetry Prize (2014), and received the Saltire First Book of the Year (2014). Moontide was also shortlisted for both The Forward and The Aldeburgh prizes for Best First Collection, and given a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. View all posts by Niall Campbell