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Teresa Mary ("Tessa") Ransford OBE (8 July 1938 - 2 September 2015) was a poet, activist and the founding director of the Scottish Poetry Library. Teresa Ransford was born in Mumbai, India on 8 July 1938. Her mother was Lady Torfrida Ransford and her father, Sir Alister Ransford, was Master of the Mint of Mumbai. The family moved back to the United Kingdom in 1944, finally moving to Scotland in 1948 when her father took up the position of bursar at the Loretta School in Musselburgh.
all initiated and nurtured by Ransford Ramsay Head Press, 1994 Scottish Selection (Kirkcaldy: Akros .
all initiated and nurtured by Ransford. Tessa Ransford was born in Mumbai on 8 July 1938, the daughter of Alister and Torfrida Ransford. Her father was Master of the Mint in Mumbai for sixteen years. Conversations with Scottish writers, N. : Tessa Ransford (Blair Atholl: Fras Publications, 2007) John Hudson (e., Markings 27, 2008 (Tessa Ransford 70th birthday tribute).
Noteworthy Selection: Poems. Author: Ransford, Tessa. Note: Kirkcaldy: Akros, 2002. Ransford, Tessa - Criticism and interpretation.
October 21, 2009 by Tessa Ransford. Among crates of tea and bales of silk embedded a leatherbound record book dark specks enclosed in dusty paper more than a thousand immigrant seeds. Guardian Weekly 2. 9. 06): article by Ian Sample. Planted in pages, bound in a notebook buried in archives two hundred years thirty-two species in tiny packets Seeds will be scattered windblown earth-sown evergrown. A chance discoverer chanced upon them a find was found and the parcels opened -like seeds themselves -over water through fire and returned to earth where shrubs have bloomed and trees have sprung even the tree with the crooked thorns.
The poems of Tessa Ransford 1938-2015, on occasion, for the occasion. Tessa Ransford died 4 years ago today of pancreatic cancer which was diagnosed after she was yellowed with jaundice in the spring. Here is her poem from this time. yellow in the green time yet part of the life of the tree I am and of all the joyous lives it shelters, nurtures. We are quick and dead tuned to the songtime in the tree of life. 21 May 2015 Tessa Ransford Broderie Écossaise wisdomfield.
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The Scottish Poetry Library was founded in 1984 by the poet Tessa Ransford
The Scottish Poetry Library was founded in 1984 by the poet Tessa Ransford. It originally had two staff members, including Scottish poet, Tom Hubbard, and 300 books, but has since expanded considerably to containing 30,000 items of Scottish and international poetry.