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  • The Holding Centreby Harry Clifton

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 14.51

    This selection presents for the first time the thirty year trajectory of an acclaimed Irish poet who has lived and worked between the secular and the religious, Eros and history, Ireland and elsewhere, be it west Africa after civil war, south-east Asia after the Khmer Rouge or Europe at the collapse of the Berlin Wall, and whose extraordinary body... more...

  • Laraby Bernardine Evaristo

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 13.05

    Lara is a powerful semi-autobiographical novel-in-verse based on Bernardine Evaristo?s own childhood and family history. The eponymous Lara is a mixed-race girl raised in Woolwich, a white suburb of London, during the 60s and 70s. Her father, Taiwo, is Nigerian, and her mother, Ellen, is white British. They marry in the 1950s, in spite of fierce opposition... more...

  • The Lady & the Hareby Pauline Stainer

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 13.05

    Pauline Stainer is a poet ‘working at the margins of the sacred?, conveying sensations ‘with an economy of means that is breathtaking… her poems are not merely artefacts, they have an organic life of their own? (John Burnside). The Lady & the Hare brings together poetry of rare luminosity from Pauline Stainer?s five previous books, together with new... more...

  • Stone Milkby Anne Stevenson

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 11.59

    The poems of Stone Milk address the way the written word preserves yet distorts the lives depending on it for fame or survival. Anne Stevenson?s highly engaging new collection opens with A Lament for the Makers, an experimental sequence based on medieval dream poetry that plays with a Dante-inspired yet modern, scientific vision of an underworld of... more...

  • Collected Poemsby David Constantine

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 13.99

    David Constantine is one the finest poets writing in English. His poetry stands outside the current literary climate, and like the work of the European poets who have nourished him, it is informed by a profoundly humane vision of the world. Its mood is often one of unease, elegiac or comically edged, barbed with pain or tinged with pleasure. His poems... more...

  • Crossing the Snowlineby Pauline Stainer

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 10.99

    Pauline Stainer is a poet ‘working at the margins of the sacred’, conveying sensations ‘with an economy of means that is breathtaking… her poems are not merely artefacts, they have an organic life of their own’ (John Burnside). Crossing the Snowline charts her return to life after numbing grief. These luminous poems are... more...

  • Strayby Amanda Dalton

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 11.59

    Stray is a book about strays – human and animal – and about straying. It?s about the lost and being lost, searching for home, and it?s about the extraordinary places we sometimes discover when we?re off the beaten track, deliberately or accidentally off-course. It?s sometimes a noun and it?s sometimes a verb – almost a command. As Allan?s mind strays... more...

  • The Touch of Timeby Stewart Conn

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 14.51

    The Touch of Time is a comprehensive retrospective of the work of one of Scotland's leading poets drawing on ten previous books published over five decades. The new work here pursues the themes of his earlier Bloodaxe collections Stolen Light: Selected Poems (1999), Ghosts at Cockcrow (2005) and The Breakfast Room (2010). With what Professor Carla... more...

  • Finding a Leg to Stand Onby Connie Bensley

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 10.99

    Connie Bensley’s poems are sharply satirical, often poking fun at social pretence and suburban pretension. They present a comedy of manners in which mismatched characters are bounced between love, death and disappointment. Hers is a seemingly small world but one which spans a whole universe of everyday life. Finding a Leg to Stand On is a retrospective... more...

  • Guffby Brendan Kennelly

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 10.99

    Brendan Kennelly's Guff is both mouthpiece and mouthed off, Devil's advocate and self critic, everyman and every writer consumed by self-doubt and self-questioning. The book of Guff is about words writing the man. Words drive him into the cave of himself where he questions everything including words that seem to constitute answers and answers that... more...