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  • The Rainbow Bridgeby Aubrey Flegg

    The O'Brien Press 2004; US$ 10.19

    Book 2: The Louise trilogy. Over a century has elapsed since Louise sat for her portrait. The painting has passed from person to person, unsigned and unvalued. Then, in 1792, as Revolution sweeps through France, Gaston Morteau, a lieutenant in the Hussars, rescues the canvas from a canal in Holland. Louise becomes a very real presence in Gaston's... more...

  • We needed coffee but...'by Matthew Welton

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    From its title, which runs to 101 words in full, to its wordless concrete poems; from its World Cup fixture list to its transformations of four-letter words, 'We needed coffee but...' is audacious, mischievous, even outrageous. As in his award-winning first collection The Book of Matthew, the poet attends precisely to each detail: the rhythms are... more...

  • We Look Like Thisby Dan Burt

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    We Look Like This anatomizes how history, violence, power, lust and mortality at work on us. Burt's formal, muscular language evokes war, want, cruelty and hope, and a childhood among ‘tough Jews? in Philadelphia, dominated by his father Joe, son of Ukrainian immigrants, butcher, boxer and, last, coastal fisherman. more...

  • The Swerveby Julith Jedamus

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    Julith Jedamus writes with an intensity that is at once passionate and precise. The poems in The Swerve create unforgettable landscapes: the whorls and spires of juniper in falling snow, Dutch skies of iridescent grey and lilac, the fire-scorched mountains of the American West. They are peopled by dancers and prisoners, sacrificial children and murderous... more...

  • Constellationsby Ian Pindar

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    Constellations begins by celebrating sunlight and ends with the appearance of the moon, the coming of winter, snow and 'perpetual night'. In poems of compelling beauty Pindar takes us from a summer love affair by the sea to war and its aftermath, when night falls and 'the song that was promised has been sung'. more...

  • All Justby David Herd

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    All Just, David Herd's second Carcanet collection, makes poems from the fractured phrases and competing idioms of contemporary movement, its translations between public and private spaces. Conversations start and are broken off. Public announcements intervene in private situations. In the background, an emergency is about to unfold. Taking bearings... more...

  • Misprintby James Womack

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    ‘The only end of writing,? Dr Johnson said, ‘is to enable the readers better to enjoy life, or better to endure it.? Misprint offers the reader countries and languages perceived through the eyes of youth and loss. Untimely deaths and memories of far-off lands abound, some dreamed, some lived. In this first collection, James Womack plays with ideas... more...

  • Roosterby Gerry McGrath

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    Rooster, Gerry McGrath?s second book of poems, observes with painterly precision the commonplaces of our experience, creating landscapes of emotional range and intensity. Biography, history, geography are interwoven in potent new forms: a lover?s fragile caress, the ‘expeditionary skill? of a dentist, the death of irony celebrated by crows ‘helpless... more...

  • Clueless Dogsby Rhian Edwards

    Seren 2012; US$ 17.99

    Brave and beautiful, this remarkable debut collection of poetry features the edgy, modern voice of an urban female. From poems of a fraught childhood in Bridgend, south Wales—where a sensitive child escapes through imaginative games—to works depicting student rivalries, damaged peers, and tense situations associated with teenage problems, this compilation... more...

  • The Pig of Happinessby Edward Monkton

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; Not Available

    ?I know?, thought the pig. ?I shall become an EXTRAORDINARY pig. I shall see the BEST in EVERYONE and EVERYTHING. I shall become THE PIG of HAPPINESS!? A charmingly illustrated allegory about a pig who got extremely happy and decided to spread joy after years of wallowing? more...