Sheena Blackhall is a writer, illustrator, traditional ballad singer and storyteller in North East Scotland. From 1998-2003 she was Creative Writing Fellow in Scots at the Elphinstone Institute. She has published four Scots novellas, fifteen short story collections and over 180 poetry collections, which are listed here (most recent first). In 2009 she became Makar (poet laureate) for Aberdeen and the North East, and Makar for the Doric Board in 2019.
Dauvit Horsbroch and Sheena Blackhall talk about the Scots language.
The Robin Sang
Scots Yule version of 'Ma Bonnie'
Multicultural Scotland's for me. -A children's song for all the people of Scotland.