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A Sinner Saved by Grace

Michael Haslam

A Sinner Saved by Grace

The title, A Sinner Saved by Grace, comes from the inscription on a lonely and isolated gravestone the poet came across while walking on the moors above his home in the Calder Valley. And indeed, the whole collection is a reaffirmation of the powers of nature, language and music by which the poet finds himself surrounded in his Pennine home.

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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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Names of the Sea Trout

Tom Rawling

Names of the Sea Trout

"If you only buy one book of poetry a year, The Names of the Sea Trout would be an excellent choice." Tony Charles, Odyssey

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The Grasshopper's Burden

David Craig

The Grasshopper's Burden

A contemplation of the richness and beauty of the natural world is sometimes the only refuge from the ruthless march of progress where the powerful seize new opportunities to prey upon those least able to defend themselves.

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Stepping Westward

Ann Bond

Stepping Westward

Ann Bond combines the natural world and a profound sense of history in a first collection of poems that are both rich in literary allusion and sensual in expression.

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A Country on Fire

Graham Mort

A Country on Fire

Whether he is writing about people or places, about wildlife or the scenery around him, these poems invariably display both craftsmanship and integrity. There can be little doubt that they entirely deserve the [major] Eric Gregory Award they received in 1985.

Raymond Tong, British Book News
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Milesian Fables

Alexis Lykiard

Milesian Fables

Alexis Lykiard writes: "During 1968-9 I was living in a small cottage in the Wicklow Mountains, Eire. I tried the experiment of a poetry-journal. Milesian Fables was the result.

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