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New Order: Hungarian Poets of the Post 1989 Generation

ed. George Szirtes

New Order: Hungarian Poets of the Post 1989 Generation

A major new anthology of Hungarian poets of the post-1989 generation, published in a bilingual edition with an introduction by George Szirtes. It features István Kemény, Szilárd Borbély, András Imreh, Mónika Mesterházi, Krisztina Tóth, Virág Erdos, János Térey, G. István László, Anna T. Szabó, Tamás Jánós, Orsolya Karafiáth and András Gerevich.

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Sonata for Four Hands

Amarjit Chandan

Sonata for Four Hands

Amarjit Chandan's long-awaited first full-length collection to be published in Britain comes with a preface by the distinguished writer John Berger, long-time admirer of Chandan's work. Ironic, lyrical, sometimes angry or regretful, these poems, written in Punjabi but by a poet settled in Britain, add a new dimension to contemporary poetry.

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Whispers and Breath of the Meadows

Razmik Davoyan

Whispers and Breath of the Meadows

Davoyan is Armenia's most significant living poet whose work reflects the experiences of an old nation and at the same time speaks of the struggles, hopes and aspirations of contemporary Armenia. His fresh, eminently readable poetry affords the English-language reader access to an unfamiliar yet fascinating way of life and culture.

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The Skiers

Jill Bialosky

The Skiers

Jill Bialosky's three collections of poetry have met with great acclaim in the USA. The Skiers draws together work from each of these collections for her first volume of poetry to be published in the UK - a book that is moving, intimate, powerful and, above all, memorable.

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Six Slovak Poets

ed. Igor Hochel

Six Slovak Poets

Featuring six of Slovakia's leading poets - Jan Buzassy, Mila Haugova, Kamil Peteraj, Daniel Hevier, Peter Repka and Ivan Strpka - with an introductory essay by Igor Hochel which sets the poets within a wider literary context. This is a bi-lingual edition, with the Slovak original and John Minahane's translation into English on facing pages.

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Blood / Sugar

James Byrne

Blood / Sugar

James Byrne is editor and co-founder of the poetry magazine The Wolf. Blood / Sugar is his second collection and sparkles with wit and irony.

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A Casual Knack of Living: Collected Poems

Herbert Lomas

A Casual Knack of Living: Collected Poems

Herbert Lomas has long been a highly-regarded poet, translator, and reviewer. Ted Hughes described his poems as marvellous, prismatic, penetrating, visionary talismans. A Casual Knack of Living gathers together Lomas's nine published collections, together with some previously unpublished poems, and thus brings his poetry back into print.

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Quarantine :: Contagion

Brian Henry

Quarantine :: Contagion

'Quarantine', the first long poem in this book, explores sexuality, subjectivity and the narrative process. Lying in a field beside his dead wife and son, the narrator describes events leading to their deaths (his own included) from the bubonic plague in 1665. A second long poem, 'Contagion', follows, mirroring and distorting the earlier narrative.

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The Ark Builders

Mary O'Donnell

The Ark Builders

Mary O'Donnell's fifth poetry collection is thoughtful, sensuous and witty, combining the topical with the timeless. One of its themes is that of the ageing woman which the poet explores with a refreshing candour.

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Yelp!

Liz Almond

Yelp!

Liz Almond's impressive second collection of poems about regeneration, recuperation, reclamation and retreat, in which the poet reflects on visits, both literal and virtual, to remote parts of Greece, Andalucia and Southern India. In one group of poems, she even leaves the earth entirely to look down at its 'hotspots' from satellite positions.

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