About Colin Donati

colin donatiColin Donati has published poetry with Kettillonia and Red Squirrel Press

He is also the editor of the landmark collection of Robert McLellan’s plays: Robert McLellan, Playing Scotland’s Story: Collected Dramatic Works (Luath Press, 2014): Read More…

Recent publications

Some recent writing appears in the following anthologies and magazines.

  • Translation, from the Russian, of Lermotov’s poem ‘Neighbour’ (Сосед) appears in:After Lermontov, Translations for the Bicentenary (ed. Peter France and Robyn Marsack, Carcanet, 2014): View title…
  • Recent short extracts from Donati’s Scots translation of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment are featured in the following three titles:
  • Quaich: An Anthology of Translation in Scotland Today (ed. Anikó Szilágyi, Madeleine Campbell, Georgina Collins, Glasgow, 2014): View title…

His poem on the construction of the Forth Railway Bridge appears on the Scottish Poetry Library’s Poetry Map of Scotland: Read More…

He has poetry included in: Scottish History in Verse, (ed. Louis Stott, Mainstream, 2013):
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More About Colin’s Music …Check out the Music page

Catalogue Thumbnail to crop squareMusic With Various Moons

Colin plays his original music as part of the duo, Various Moons, with cellist Robin Mason playing gigs around various venues in Edinburgh and at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Edinburgh Fringe 2015

Various Moons is playing FOR SIX SHOWS ONLY
as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the
Acoustic Music Centre@St Brides.
19-24 August (not 23):

Click here for more details and tickets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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