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Poetry from the UK & Ireland

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

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The Well in the Rain

Tony Curtis

The Well in the Rain

The Well in the Rain, Tony Curtis's second book from Arc, brings together work from his six previous books. Bicycles, famine, ghosts, grannies, Tibetan Buddhists, Beckettian sighs and Lucian Freud's nudes are all revealed with a rare, and loving, simplicity.

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August Light

Pete Morgan

August Light

"There are famous poets of my generation and younger who have no idea of the debt they owe to Pete Morgan. His poems are dramatic, formally superb, funny, toughly tender, lyrical and never less than entertaining. Ted Hughes was a fan of his." Carol Ann Duffy

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Musica Transalpina

Michelene Wandor

Musica Transalpina

Poetry Book Society Recommendation Spring 2006

Michelene Wandor's new poetry collection excels in the richness of its subject matter, the witty and sensuous language, the musicality of its rhythms and the way in which she is able to combine sophistication with accessibility.

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Radio Nostalgia

Chris Emery

Radio Nostalgia

Radio Nostalgia uses a range of personas and historical locations to examine our sense of community and what our lives can mean.

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The Path to the Sea

Thomas A. Clark

The Path to the Sea

This long-awaited collection will be welcomed by all those with an interest in the contemporary British pastoral tradition.

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The Book of Belongings

Brian Johnstone

The Book of Belongings

The Book of Belongings reads like an archaeology of the lost, its pages uncovering and observing what has vanished, died or been abandoned. Battlefields, remote landscapes, pre-war classrooms, nightmares of childhood, the past with all its demons and sad domestic litanies, all are here, vanished histories given a voice by this accomplished poet.

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A Sinner Saved by Grace

Michael Haslam

A Sinner Saved by Grace

The title, A Sinner Saved by Grace, comes from the inscription on a lonely and isolated gravestone the poet came across while walking on the moors above his home in the Calder Valley. And indeed, the whole collection is a reaffirmation of the powers of nature, language and music by which the poet finds himself surrounded in his Pennine home.

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Trouble in the Heartland

Joel Lane

Trouble in the Heartland

"Joel Lane's sensual, elegiac, urban poetry has a sweet clarity" Carol Ann Duffy

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An Occasional Lean-to

Ian Pople

An Occasional Lean-to

In this new collection, Ian Pople explores the boundaries of religious and linguistic certainty.

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In Waterlight: Poems New, Selected and Revised

Donald Atkinson

In Waterlight: Poems New, Selected and Revised

Of these new poems, Mimi Khalvati writes:"I like the warmth, the melancholy, and the colours of this sequence; and how even the harsh brutalities are filtered through a celebratory tenderness."

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