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To mark Holocaust Memorial Day this year, we’re highlighting a number of our titles by poets whose writing has been shaped by the Holocaust. []

New titles

The Marks on the Map
The Marks on the Map, Brian Johnstone
In my Garden of Mutants
In my Garden of Mutants, Volha Hapeyeva
Eye of the Times
Eye of the Times, Paul Celan
Gravity for Beginners
Gravity for Beginners, Kevin Crossley-Holland
Trust, Anna T Szabó
Travellers, Michelene Wandor
Hope is Lonely
Hope is Lonely, Kim Seung-Hee
Twenty Poems
Twenty Poems, Kathrin Schmidt
Europe in Poems
Europe in Poems, ed. Patrick McGuinness
Diary of a Divorce
Diary of a Divorce, S. D. Curtis
On the Nature of the Universe Bk1
On the Nature of the Universe Bk1, Lucretius
The Years
The Years, Jamie McKendrick
Reykjavik Requiem
Reykjavik Requiem, Gerður Kristný
Brimstone: A Book of Villanelles
Brimstone: A Book of Villanelles, John Kinsella
The Atlas of Lost Beliefs
The Atlas of Lost Beliefs, Ranjit Hoskote
Skald - Sword & Sea-Cloud
Skald - Sword & Sea-Cloud, Ian Crockatt
Fate's Little Pictures
Fate's Little Pictures, Larissa Miller
Beautiful Things
Beautiful Things, Menno Wigman
Bigger than the Facts
Bigger than the Facts, Jan Baeke
Eternal Traffic
Eternal Traffic, Mila Haugová

Forthcoming titles

The Night We Were Dylan Thomas
The Night We Were Dylan Thomas, Mara Bergman