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Colin Will (1942-) is a Scottish poet and publisher. His themes reflect a love of people and the natural world, often in language derived from his scientific background. Will was formerly librarian at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh from 1988-1998, after which he occupied several positions in senior management. He chaired the Board of the Scottish Poetry Library and was President of the Scottish Library Association in 2000. He also chaired the Board of StAnza: Scotland's International Poetry Festival, from 2006 to 2009, and was re-elected Chair for a further term in 2014. He was awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship in 2013.
- Thirteen ways of looking at the Highlands and more, Diehard, 1996
- Landings : poems from Normandy, Calder Wood Press, 1998
- The flowers of scotland, Calder Wood Press, 1998
- Roundabout Livingston : local poems, Calder Wood Press, 1998
- Painted fruits : poems, Calder Wood Press, 1998
- Seven senses, Diehard, 2000
- Sushi & chips, Diehard, 2006
- The floorshow at the Mad Yak Café, Red Squirrel Press, 2010
- The propriety of weeding, Red Squirrel Press, 2012
- The year's six season : poems, Calder Wood Press, 2013
- "Colin Will". Scottish Poetry Library. Retrieved 25 January 2014.