Robin Fulton (born 6 May 1937 on the Isle of Arran), is a Scottish poet and translator.


He has lived in Stavanger, Norway, since 1973 working as a university lecturer. Fulton gained a PhD in Scottish literature from the University of Edinburgh in 1972.[1]

He has published his own collections and several translations of Scandinavian poetry into English, including Olav H. Hauge, Tomas Tranströmer and Henrik Nordbrandt.


  1. ^ Fulton, Robin William MacPherson (1972). "Social criticism in Scottish literature 1480-1560". Cite journal requires |journal= (help)

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