Here you can find out more about my books: All the Orphans in the Galaxy; Anastasia, Look in the Mirror; Grown Up Poetry Needs to Leave Me Alone; and I Love St Andrews.
You’ll also find information on my magazine publications and writing awards.
About the book: I Love St Andrews is a bestselling, illustrated picture book that celebrates all the wonderful things about the town of St Andrews. The book will take you through the four seasons and centuries of history, exploring the colorful traditions and picturesque landscapes that make our Auld Grey Toon unique. You can order … Continue reading I Love St Andrews
Now available to order online from The Loud Poets’ Etsy shop here! Grown Up Poetry Needs to Leave Me Alone is the debut poetry pamphlet from award-winning spoken word poet Carly Brown, published by Knockingdoor Press in 2014. In these vibrant and witty poems, Carly explores a range of topics from break-ups to T.S Eliot … Continue reading Grown Up Poetry Needs to Leave Me Alone
My poetry, short fiction, essays and journalism have been published in a variety of places both in print and online. Here you can find out more about my magazine publications and writing awards. Writing Awards (selected) Anastasia, Look in the Mirror commended in Scotland’s National Book Awards 2021 for the Callum MacDonald Memorial Award Winner … Continue reading Magazines and Awards
All the Orphans in the Galaxy is my debut novella, published in November 2022 by Glasgow-based indie publisher Speculative Books. All the Orphans in the Galaxy follows two parallel and interlocking stories. In the wake of a personal tragedy, a teenage girl in contemporary Texas becomes obsessed with VHS recordings of a 1990s’ sci-fi show. … Continue reading All the Orphans in the Galaxy
Anastasia, Look in the Mirror was published in 2020 by Stewed Rhubarb Press and is available to order HERE. This pamphlet from Scottish Slam Poetry champion Carly Brown explores acts of looking out of and in to oneself. The heroine of an erotic novel stares at her own reflection and doesn’t recognise herself. Scottish painters look … Continue reading Anastasia, Look in the Mirror