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  • Monstrous Maud: Spooky Sports Dayby A. B. Saddlewick; Sarah Horne

    Michael O'Mara 2012; US$ 6.99

    The second book in the fantastic Monstrous Maud series, written by A.B. Saddlewick. A miscast spell has created a jungle of man-eating plants across the entire sports pitch at Rotwood Academy and the pupils are now forced to share a field with the only other local school - Primrose Towers. When the two rival schools compete on sports day, will the... more...

  • The Blue End of Starsby Michelle O'Sullivan

    The Gallery Press 2013; US$ 14.99

    We'd crossed three bridges to be here . . .' Many of the poems in this enchanting and enchanted first collection are set in the early light of morning, the half-light of evening or the firelight of a damp day. Many occur by water's edge ? quayside, shore or riverbank - and abound in memorable images: the storm unfolding its rope of cloud, a speaker... more...

  • The Fire Stepby Tom French

    The Gallery Press 2013; US$ 14.99

    Even now, as we rise to check on the children where they sleep within earshot of the river, two midwives are rising in darkness to dress for all weathers . . . Eight years after the appearance of Tom French's award-winning first collection The Fire Step confirms the promise and achievement of his debut. His gift for creating stunning elegiac moments... more...

  • Ground Waterby Matthew Hollis

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 12.99

    ?In this sparkling debut, Matthew Hollis immerses us in the undercurrents of our lives. Love and loss are buoyed by a house full of milk, an orchard underwater, the laws of walking on water. Rainwater, floodwater, flux -the liquid landscapes which shift relentlessly in Ground Water -threaten and comfort by turns. Matthew Hollis's poems are brimming... more...

  • Catulla et alby Tiffany Atkinson

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 14.99

    Catulla et al summons up the sensual and scandalous spirit of the Latin poet Catullus -his lyricism, diatribe and bawdy -by turns wrenching, cynical and outrageous. But whereas the Roman love chronicler is a young man about town, Tiffany Atkinson's Catulla is a free-thinking female confronting modern mores with both ambivalence and uneasy embarrassment.... more...

  • What Long Milesby Kona Macphee

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 14.99

    Kona Macphee's What Long Miles is a characteristically eclectic collection from an ever-inventive writer, the winner of the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for her previous collection, Perfect Blue. The poems range widely - nature and culture, body and psyche, the urban and the rural, the everyday and the revelatory - driven by a poetic sensibility both... more...

  • Chickby Hannah Lowe

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 15.99

    Hannah Lowe's first book of poems takes you on a journey round her father, a Chinese-black Jamaican migrant who disappeared at night to play cards or dice in London's old East End to support his family, an unstable and dangerous existence that took its toll on his physical and mental health. 'Chick' was his gambling nickname. A shadowy figure in her... more...

  • Prettyby Ahren Warner

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 15.99

    Ahren Warner's second collection of poems opens with the sequence Lut&èce, te amo: a raw paean to the Paris it inhabits that flits between past and present and offers both adoration and horror in equal measure. Elsewhere, London 'licks and laps'; an anonymous man 'works his bones with a micro-plane' and translations of Baudelaire and Koj&ève rub shoulders... more...

  • Waiting for Bluebeardby Helen Ivory

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 15.99

    Waiting for Bluebeard tries to understand how a girl could grow up to be the woman living in Bluebeard's house. The story begins with a part-remembered, part-imagined childhood, where seances are held, and a father drowns in oil beneath the skeleton of his car. When her childhood home coughs up birds in the parlour, the girl enters Bluebeard's house... more...

  • It Wisnae Me…Honest!by Harry Morris

    Black & White Publishing 2011; US$ 2.99

    He's back with a triple 'B'... Both Barrels Blasting in Volume 9! The hilarious adventures of Glasgow's favourite son, Harry the Polis, continue in his latest offering of stories, jokes, tales and anecdotes: 'It Wisnae Me...Honest!' You'll be laughing at the lawyer whose clever insurance scam backfired, the benefits of drinking organic white tea, a... more...