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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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Where Are You, Susie Petschek?

Cevat Çapan

Where Are You, Susie Petschek?

Capan's poems are at once lyrical and wry, rich and plain. They inhabit the large landscapes of Turkish life - steppes and forests, seas and mountains - and also an extended world of modern politics.

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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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The Silo: A Pastoral Symphony

John Kinsella

The Silo: A Pastoral Symphony

In The Silo, John Kinsella's fifth book of poems (and the second published by Arc), the poet examines the role of the artist in the landscape and the unique character of rural life.

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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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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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