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Poetry from the UK & Ireland

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

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Another Nation

Michael O'Loughlin

Another Nation

"O'Loughlin has been a hidden voice in Irish writing; his exile in Europe has given him dark insights into our won exile in Ireland. His poetic tone is sure and clear, and certain poems in this book ... are real masterpieces." Colm Tóibín

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The Glass Enclosure

Ian Pople

The Glass Enclosure

This is Ian Pople's first collection. His poems illustrate perfectly a mature use of language. An adept use of imagery and form are used as the vehicle to address his - and the readers' - conflict between self and the universal diaspora. Pople touches the raw nerve of cultural alienation.

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Othello in the Pyramid of Dreams

Donald Atkinson

Othello in the Pyramid of Dreams

The dramatic title poem which makes up nearly half of Atkinson's third full-length collection takes the imagery of ancient Egyptian burial rites and utilizes the cast of Shakespeare's Othello in order to re-explore the issue of masculine self-doubt.

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The Powder Tower

Jackie Wills

The Powder Tower

Poetry Book Society Recommendation and shortlisted for the T. S. Eliot Prize

This is Jackie Wills' first full-length collection, and it excited much critical comment upon publication.

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The Living Room

Jonathan Davidson

The Living Room

All human life is here... If you want to know what aspects of life in England were like from the sixties to the nineties, buy this book... This is a marvellous debut by a talented writer.

Ian McMillan
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The Testament of the Reverend Thomas Dick

W. N. Herbert

The Testament of the Reverend Thomas Dick

"The [title] sequence is typical of a poet who is always concerned to confront the small with the big, the everyday with the historical, the human with the universal. Testament is an excellent introduction to his work..." David Kennedy, Wide Skirt

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In a Woman's Likeness

Jacqueline Brown

In a Woman's Likeness

Poetry Book Society Recommendation

Jacqueline Brown's third collection is a chronological journey from childhood through motherhood to middle age, tracing the unfolding of womanhood with a sensitivity and truthfulness encountered in her previous works.

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Letter from Ulster and The Hugo Poems

Archie Markham

Letter from Ulster and The Hugo Poems

In this, his fifth collection, Markham reveals the full range of his obsessions with travel and the search for hinterland, with history and the challenge of contemporary politics, with a multinational language which both liberates and 'imprisons' its user.

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Names of the Sea Trout

Tom Rawling

Names of the Sea Trout

"If you only buy one book of poetry a year, The Names of the Sea Trout would be an excellent choice." Tony Charles, Odyssey

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Fair Moving

Keith Ashton

Fair Moving

Not only does this volume deal with the subject of disability head on, but it does so without demanding sympathy from the reader. Keith Ashton was himself disabled and in this, his only full-length collection, he relays his hopes and fears, his highs and lows, in a combative manner which makes these frank poems essential and encouraging reading for the able-bodied and the disabled person alike.

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