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- Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 11.59
Roddy Lumsden's Terrific Melancholy is a book of changes, physical and emotional. It begins with a diverse sequence on that most dubious and folkloric of changes, rebirth into a new life, exploring our history's advances ? changeless, changeful. Meanwhile, in the lengthy title-poem, an actor's reluctant crush on a younger colleague leads him to look... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 13.05
Human life and the passage and rhythms of time and the seasons come together in The Zebra Stood in the Night, the seventh collection by one of Ireland's leading poets. Grounded in the natural world, this is a book about about landscape, loss, belonging and transformation. As everything in nature grows and decays, so 'everyone is always inside the... more...
- The Gallery Press 2014; US$ 11.67
'a poet I tremendously admire' ? Adrienne Rich In this new collection Medbh McGuckian invokes the caul, once preserved above hearths as a charm against drowning and an enduring potent symbol and material reminder of the birth-bond. Justly treasured for an elaborate richness of language and the originality of her metaphorical perspectives, here she... more...
- The Gallery Press 2014; US$ 10.21
Translations from the Irish of Brian Merriman (c.1745-1805) and from the Metamorphoses of Ovid Each of the translations in this book can be read for its own sake or as part of a triptych. By setting excerpts of Brian Merriman's Cúirt an Mheán Oíche (The Midnight Court) within the acoustic of a classical myth (the story of Orpheus and Eurydice), Seamus... more...
- The Gallery Press 2014; US$ 11.99
Echo's Grove comprises a wide range of poems, ancient and modern, translated or 'adapted' from their languages of origin. Many have appeared in previous publications by Derek Mahon, Adaptations (2006) and Raw Material (2011) ? to which are now added, among others, new poems based on Ovid, Corbière, Laforgue and 'Gopal Singh', the author's own invention.... more...
- Nick Hern Books 2014; US$ 14.57
A portrait of an eclectic family, held together by the courage to survive. In an ivy-clad house in Zagreb, Croatia, the Kos family argue and fall in and out of love as world after world is erected and then torn down around them. From the remnants of monarchy, through Communism, then democracy, war, and eventual acceptance into a wider Europe,... more...
- Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 31.95
The Young Writer of the Year 1969 is a collection of literature submitted to The Young Writer of the Year Competition. The book presents 17 articles that cover a particular feature of contemporary Britain. The papers in the text tackle various issues, such as foreign immigrants, armed forces enlistment, and substance abuse. The text will be of great... more...
- Soft Skull Press 2015; US$ 14.99
At age thirty, Kyle Boelte finds himself living in San Francisco, where the summer fog blows inland off the ocean and the landscape changes moment to moment. Amidst this ever-changing sea of fog, Boelte struggles to remember his brother Kris, who committed suicide in the family?s Denver home when Boelte was just thirteen. In this impressive debut,... more...
- BenBella Books, Inc. 2015; US$ 15.99
From the Dursleys as social commentary to a look at Snape's role in less than child-friendly fanfiction . . . from the parallels between Azkaban and Abu Ghraib to the role of religion at Hogwarts . . . from why Dumbledore had to die to why killing Harry never should have been part of Voldemort's plan to begin with . . . Mapping the World of the Sorcerer?s... more...
- 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...