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Poetry from the UK & Ireland

Over 150 titles of contemporary poetry from the UK and Ireland.

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King of a Rainy Country

Matthew Sweeney

King of a Rainy Country

Matthew Sweeney wrote this set of 50 prose poems in response to Baudelaire's posthumously published collection of prose poems (or petits poèmes en prose, as he called them).

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As Slow As Possible

Kit Fan

As Slow As Possible

Kit Fan's As Slow As Possible is a book of changes, of unlikely bridges between far-flung places and times, a collection of shape-shifting, trans-migrant poems that travel across geographies and time zones.

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The True Height of the Ear

Iain Galbraith

The True Height of the Ear

In this masterful first book of original poems, Iain Galbraith explores how people's actions and experiences shape not only their own lives but the world around them.

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The Disappearing Room

Mara Bergman

The Disappearing Room

In Mara Bergman's first full collection, the poet travels from the tenements of New York City to the Sussex countryside, from childhood to motherhood, and beyond.

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Return of the Gift

Michael O'Neill

Return of the Gift

Michael O'Neill's Return of the Gift is a volume about what is given and what is lost.

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M

Antony Rowland

M

The central sequence in M ('Manchester') responds to the murder in 2013 of Kieran Crump-Raiswell in Whalley Range, and tackles the contemporary themes of terrorism, industrial decline, and Icelandic violence. Ranging from Minorca to Cheetham Hill, Rowland's poetry covers a characteristic range of subjects and forms in what Peter Riley has termed 'an original and thoughtful handling of a major European modernist mode'.

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The Nameless Places

Richard Lambert

The Nameless Places

Structured around a movement from city to sea and always alert to the emotional resonance of landscape, The Nameless Places dwells on those spaces that lie at the edge of our lives and vision, and that seem somewhere between reality and dream.

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Twist

Pippa Little

Twist

Twist is a slant look at the connections binding us together - familial, social, political - in poems which range from the curious and disturbing to memories and evocations of the ordinary magic at work in our lives.

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The Arrow-Maker

D. M. Black

The Arrow-Maker

D.M. Black's sensitive attention to emotional states of mind, sometimes his own, sometimes those of others, also extends to more public themes of war and climate change. As always, his forms are various, but there is a predominance now of poems spoken in a thinking voice that remembers the iambic pentameter without being subdued by it.

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Acres of Light

Katherine Gallagher

Acres of Light

Katherine Gallagher's new collection is bejewelled throughout with haiku-like moments of vivid observation.

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