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Poetry from the UK & Ireland

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

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Flesh or Money

Wes Magee

Flesh or Money

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The Pheasant Plucker's Son

Mick North

The Pheasant Plucker's Son

This is Mick North's first collection, full of poems notable for their conversational mastery, descriptive accuracy, their concentration upon people and their individuality and quirkiness.

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Rattling the Handle

Patricia Pogson

Rattling the Handle

"Maybe for once a blurb is right: it talks about Pogson's poems confronting "the world in all its baffling inconsequentiality, absurdity and cruelty" and I can't really do better than that except to say that the poems are always full of humanity, and nowhere is Pogson sniggering at any of the predicaments we find ourselves in." Ian McMillan, Poetry Review

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Shall We Gather at the River?

Irene Rawnsley

Shall We Gather at the River?

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Detox

Tony Conaboy

Detox

The candid and painful account of how a man rebuilds his life after it has been wrecked by alcohol. In coming to terms with his past, Conaboy found he was able to best express himself through poetry, and this collection is the result of this new-found talent.

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Northern Poetry Vol. 1

ed. Catherine Byron and John Lyons

Northern Poetry Vol. 1

This volume contains the best entries from a competition held during the summer of 1989 for northern poets, as selected by the competition judges, Catherine Byron and John Lyons. Each of the twelve winning poets isrepresented by five poems or a sequence, or one longer poem, in order to give a clearer view of the writer than is the case with the usual anthology.

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Soliloquies of an Eye

Philip Callow

Soliloquies of an Eye

A poem sequence written as tribute to Van Gogh in the centenary year of his birth by a poet who is also a painter, novelist and biographer of Van Gogh.

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Flowers from the Slaghills

Steve Davies

Flowers from the Slaghills

Steve Davies was born in a mining district of East Lancashire, though he now lives in Somerset. Flowers from the Slaghills is a full-length sequence on the decline of the mining industry, and is distinguished by the accuracy of detail and strength of feeling.

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Hovendens Violets

Robert Etty

Hovendens Violets

From a writer who has spent most of his life in Lincolnshire, this is a first book which reflects the landscape and personalities of that region. The poems are closely observed and in their gentle melancholy are reminiscent of Edward Thomas's.

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Port of Entry

Geoff Hattersley

Port of Entry

These poems display a fidelity to Northern working-class life in the post-industrial age, and are by turns wry and self-deprecating, and savagely satirical. The poet was born near Barnsley, and now lives in Huddersfield.

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