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  • Roath, Splott and Adamsdownby Jeff Childs

    The History Press 2012; US$ 4.36

    <div>This is an account of three discrete districts of south-east Cardiff and their evolution through 1,000 years of history. From their pre-Norman origins to their emergence as thriving suburbs in the early twentieth century, the voume focuses on manorial society and economy, the growth of population, trade and industrial development,... more...

  • Romulus, My Fatherby Raimond Gaita

    The Text Publishing Company 1999; US$ 22.99

    Winner of the 1998 Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Non-Fiction, Romulus, My Father is an iconic and deeply loved book. Romulus Gaita fled his home in his native Yugoslavia at the age of thirteen, and came to Australia with his young wife Christina and their infant son Raimond soon after the end of World War II. Tragic events were to overtake... more...

  • Seasonal Suicide Notesby Roger Lewis

    Short Books 2010; US$ 9.99

    ‘The most brilliantly funny and genuinely thought-provoking book of the year.’ Sunday Times For some years, the biographer Roger Lewis has been entertaining his friends with an annual letter, in which he records details of the joys and frustrations of his life as it is actually lived. Updated with a new section for spring, this ‘cult... more...

  • Seed Beneath the Snowby Joanna Ramsey

    Sandstone Press Ltd 2015; US$ 7.99

    This tender and personal memoir by the poet Joanna Ramsey of George Mackay Brown gives an account of some aspects of the last eight years of his life in Stromness, Orkney, and of the friendship between them. It also provides a background to his poem "A New Child: ECL 11 June 1993" (included in the anthology Following a Lark), which he wrote for Joanna"s... more...

  • Selected Poemsby Gerald Dawe; Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin; Seán Lysaght; N&; amp; #237; Chuillean&; amp; #225; Eil& in; amp; #233; an

    The Gallery Press 2014; US$ 12.40

    And in all I do / and say there's the scene / the heart prefers, // of that first loneliness / of trees / and northern birds. Seán Lysaght's retelling of the tradition that has it that Achilles reached Achill is emblematic of the range of this watchful poet's concerns. His field-trips in the west of Ireland, following the footsteps of pioneering naturalists,... more...

  • Selected Poemsby Gerald Dawe; Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin; Seán Lysaght; N&; amp; #237; Chuillean&; amp; #225; Eil& in; amp; #233; an

    The Gallery Press 2014; US$ 14.58

    And in all I do / and say there's the scene / the heart prefers, // of that first loneliness / of trees / and northern birds. Seán Lysaght's retelling of the tradition that has it that Achilles reached Achill is emblematic of the range of this watchful poet's concerns. His field-trips in the west of Ireland, following the footsteps of pioneering naturalists,... more...

  • Selected Poems - Peter Sirrby Peter Sirr

    The Gallery Press 2013; US$ 12.99

    From the early poems in Marginal Zones which won the Patrick Kavanagh Award when he was 22 to his breakthrough collections, The Ledger of Fruitful Exchange, which received the O'Shaughnessy Award for Poetry (1998), recent Bring Everything, Peter Sirr's Selected Poems represents a winnowing of ?ve substantial, signi?cant books ?? with the bonus of previously... more...

  • Semibreveby John F. Deane

    Carcanet 2015; US$ 11.65

    John F. Deane is a vital presence in contemporary Irish poetry. The poems in Semibreve combine lyric grace with a fiercely questing intelligence, pushing against the mysteries of faith in a fractured world, paying tribute to the value of human life and love. Running through the book is a thread of elegy for the poet's brother, who died of cancer in... more...

  • The Sister Fidelma Mysteriesby Edward J. Rielly; David Robert Wooten

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2012; US$ 40.00

    This is a collection of new essays on Peter Tremayne's Sister Fidelma novels, which feature Sister Fidelma's attempts to solve a wide range of crimes, often murders that occur under especially mysterious conditions. The novels, set mainly in 7th century Ireland, also include a great deal of history, which is not surprising given that the author... more...

  • Sparrow Treeby Gwyneth Lewis

    Bloodaxe Books 2015; US$ 11.59

    ?Roland Mathias Poetry Award (Wales Book of the Year) Gwyneth Lewis?s highly inventive Sparrow Tree puts nature writing in a spin, presenting a huge variety of birds, both British and American: blue tits, blackbirds, egrets, juncos, starlings, herons and humming-birds as well as the sparrows of the title. The book explores birds as mouthpieces for... more...