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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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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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Da Capo - From the Head

Peter Wilson

Da Capo - From the Head

Peter Wilson, an artist and performance artist, has exhibited widely in the UK, Europe and North America, and has works in public collections throughout the UK.

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Slap Shot Silences

David Jo Brown

Slap Shot Silences

David Jo Brown's life was short - he died before he was forty after a long illness. All the while he could write, he did, never making the reader aware of his own suffering, but - as a pacifist and a firm believer in the politics of Christianity - expressing his concern for life, and for other people, especially fellow sufferers.

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Sports Extra

Simon Curtis

Sports Extra

A wide-ranging collection, often using traditional forms, and a commentary on contemporary life that is both pointed and poignant.

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My Ghost in Your Eye

Geoffrey Holloway

My Ghost in Your Eye

Published to commemorate the poet's seventieth birthday, this collection brings together some of his finest uncollected poems. The sheer range of subject matter and style is remarkable, with observational, satirical and contemplative poems, and every mood from savagery to delicacy.

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Into the Ashes

Graham Mort

Into the Ashes

The poet writes: "The poems in this collection deal with the possibilities of nuclear war... Somewhere inside ourselves we are deeply divided, afraid to let the intellectual knowledge of what we live with touch our emotions, just as the critical mass in a nuclear weapon is not joined until the last split second... My poems have tried to imagine the unimaginable, to give substance to the nightmare..."

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The Spade of My Father

Leslie A. Richardson

The Spade of My Father

These poems mainly reflect the poet's background as the son of a fenland farmer. They are about landscapes, animals and people, and display considerable wit, affection and vulnerability, conveying their messages in a clear, economical style.

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