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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 Shut Drawer

Liz Almond

The Shut Drawer

This book is a rich mix of situations and landscapes in which tensions are always present, where dark presences lurk in the shadows, and where the scorpion's tail is posed ready for the strike.

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From A Cliff

Andy Brown

From A Cliff

From A Cliff is rich with borders and edges. From the cliff of the title, the self jumps with a seriously philosophic humour away from the edge of the known self; away from the edge of the known land; away from the edge of the known language. These poems pull off surprising feats along the precarious edge of predictability.

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Fractured Flights

Jacqueline Brown

Fractured Flights

"These are clear-eyed poems of identity, isolation and love. They give glimpses into the ambivalence of reality, haunting as the after-image of an owl on glass." Pauline Stainer

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The Black-Out Book

Peter Carpenter

The Black-Out Book

The Black-Out Book, the author's third book of poetry, deals with navigation in its many guises, taking points of departure from a variety of domestic, social and political contexts, but above all, attempting to chart and fix points in collective and private histories.

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Sitters

Tony Roberts

Sitters

Sitters, Tony Roberts' second collection of poetry, is a portrait gallery of well-known and lesser-known figures form the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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Dr. Mephisto

Chris Emery

Dr. Mephisto

"This is a remarkable debut collection by Chris Emery. He possesses an attack vocabulary and has the ambition to think the unthinkable. Cross yourself before reading Dr. Mephisto." John Hartley-Williams

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The Music Laid Her Songs in Language

Michael Haslam

The Music Laid Her Songs in Language

Michael Haslam sees his job as brewing strong lyric from the mash of his ordinary life: working the mills, the dole, walking the hills as he goes, composing a liberal philosophy of the tea-break.

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Lithium

Emma-Jane Arkady

Lithium

Lithium is a first collection from a writer who has only comparatively recently made an appearance on the poetry scene. The 'lithium' of the title - a metallic element, and also one of the drugs used in the treatment of manic depression - hints at the rich and unusual mix of poems in this volume.

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A Constant Level of Illumination

Donald Atkinson

A Constant Level of Illumination

"Donald Atkinson deals in serious and considered themes - including violence, cruelty and arguments about war. He creates telling imagery and narrative... shown in a moving series of dramatic monologues." Stella Stocker, Wayfarers 90

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Tigers on the Silk Road

Katherine Gallagher

Tigers on the Silk Road

Divided into five sections, each contributing to a collage which explores the themes of identity and belonging, this collection is a powerful, personal journey through the contrasting landscapes of the physical and inner worlds.

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