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The True Height of the Ear

Iain Galbraith

The True Height of the Ear

In this masterful first book of original poems, Iain Galbraith explores how people's actions and experiences shape not only their own lives but the world around them.

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Acres of Light

Katherine Gallagher

Acres of Light

Katherine Gallagher's new collection is bejewelled throughout with haiku-like moments of vivid observation.

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White Coins

James Byrne

White Coins

White Coins rewards the reader with a nomadic poetry for the 21st century; one that mingles personal, social and historical spaces whilst celebrating, at all times, linguistic versatility and innovation.

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Talking Vrouz

Valérie Rouzeau

Talking Vrouz

These poems present a language that is a hybrid of liberties and constraints: omissions, grammatical contractions, colloquialisms and archaisms, wordplay, puns, childspeak, exploded cliche and the heightened awareness of a poetic tradition.

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Woman's Head as Jug

Jackie Wills

Woman's Head as Jug

This is a book of enchantment and observation, presenting the power of simple language to convey large and thrilling ideas, relying on often natural images to convey the political in the personal, the value of love and the depth of impermanence.

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The Skiers

Jill Bialosky

The Skiers

Jill Bialosky's three collections of poetry have met with great acclaim in the USA. The Skiers draws together work from each of these collections for her first volume of poetry to be published in the UK - a book that is moving, intimate, powerful and, above all, memorable.

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Cold Spring in Winter

Valérie Rouzeau

Cold Spring in Winter

These poems, a lament for the poet's dead father in the stammered cadences of an adult and the child she used to be, is strange and compelling, causing a stir when it was first published in 1999. Once familiar with Rouzeau's mixture of baby-talk, slang, puns and coinages, the reader will find this book utterly compelling.

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The Vale of Todmorden

Herbert Lomas

The Vale of Todmorden

In these remarkably fresh and entertaining poems, Lomas brings to life his childhood in the Pennines in the early 1930s. The whole sequence is a fine monument to his home town, his family and his past.

Anthony Thwaite
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Words Have Frozen Over

Claude de Burine

Words Have Frozen Over

Underlying the remarkable combination of image and pattern in these poems, there is also a recognisable human context. Childhood, intimate relationships, aging, loss, Aids, the Niverais landscape of her youth, the bars of the city, the town hall are all present.

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A Kiss in Space

Mary Jo Salter

A Kiss in Space

From the first poem, a hot-air balloon trip over Chartres, to the last, the title poem in which an American astronaut visits the Mir space-station, this outstanding fourth collection by American poet Mary Jo Salter - her first to be published in the UK - draws the reader into the long distances of the imagination and the intimacies of the heart."The book of poetry I loved best this year." Les Murray, TLS

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