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- Bloodaxe Books 2011; US$ 11.65
Ailbhe Darcy?s debut collection is a set of urgent despatches from her point of origin, Dublin, and from her skirmishes further afield: London, Paris, Africa, Eastern Europe or the States. Driven less by metaphor than by wild conceits, semantic leaps, and startling juxtapositions, these are poems that itch and pluck at the pelt of what we think we... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2012; US$ 11.65
Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Moving from the violent to the erotic, Conquest describes women questing to rediscover their own desire. Split into three sections, the collection begins in the 19th-century England of the BrontŽ sisters, travels through the vast continent of the USA, and finally finds the answer to women?s longing in a walled... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2005; US$ 11.65
Almanacs: a mythic scrapbook, bag of cats, a one-man band. Almanacs is concerned with lists, rules and archetypes and what they don?t account for. It takes as its subjects the Tarot, the lore of Full Moons, weather myths and travellers? tales. The central sequence 'Lorelei?s Lore' is a road movie in poems, set in the north of Scotland: Ultima Thule,... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2008; US$ 11.65
Winner of the T.S. Eliot Prize. The language of Jen Hadfield?s poetry is one of incantation and secular praise. Her first book, Almanacs, was a traveller?s litany, featuring a road movie in poems set in the north of Scotland. Nigh-No-Place is the liturgy of a poet passionately aware of the natural world. Hadfield began her new book on the hoof,... more...
- The O'Brien Press 2009; US$ 11.65
A Friend. A Father. A Kingdom. Which one would you sacrifice? This compelling trilogy of court intrigue, adventure and romance is a winning combination of imagination, powerful storytelling and magnificent characters. Fifteen-year-old Wynter Moorehawke returns home after a five-year sojourn in the bleak Northlands. All has changed in her absence.... more...
- The O'Brien Press 2008; US$ 14.57
New Friends. Old Enemies. Who can you trust? Wynter Moorehawke travels alone and unprotected in bandit-infested forests, searching for the rebel Prince Alberon. But many enemies are lurking in the shadows. It seems that every tyrant and zealot who has ever threatened the Kingdom is sending emissaries to meet Alberon. Wynter becomes increasingly nervous... more...
- The O'Brien Press 2010; US$ 14.57
United Friends. A Divided Kingdom. Who will prevail? After a joyful reunion, it seems that the years of war have left their scars on brothers Alberon and Razi, and it is not long before their differences come between them. Alberon is determined to protect the Kingdom by strength rather than diplomacy. He proudly reveals his great hope ? Lorcan Moorehawke's... more...
- Nick Hern Books 2012; US$ 13.11
Eight compelling monologues offering a state-of-the-nation group portrait for the stage. First seen on the Edinburgh Fringe, the play was produced in the West End in 2012. Edinburgh Fringe First Award 2008 Carol Tambor 'Best of Edinburgh' Award From Millie, the jolly-hockey-sticks prostitute who mourns the loss of the good old British class... more...
- Nick Hern Books 2012; US$ 14.57
A funny, touching and at times savage portrait of a family full of longing that?s losing its grip Ė The Last of the Haussmans is a play examining the fate of the revolutionary generation. It premiered at the National Theatre in 2012, starring Julie Walters and Rory Kinnear. Anarchic, feisty but growing old, high-society drop-out Judy Haussman remains... more...
- Nick Hern Books 2012; US$ 14.57
A painfully comic excavation of a family history that asks if there is an authorised version of the past - or just the one we can live with. Premiered at the Traverse Theatre in October 2012. Kate Bane returns home to her parents for a winter weekend to introduce her new boyfriend. As the snow falls, Kate finds herself searching with increasing... more...