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- Random House 2017; US$ 14.09
The poems in James Sheard?s remarkable third book are about love and leaving, of how the rift of departure brings on a kind of haunting ? of the people involved and the places where they lived ? an emotional trace of departed lives and loves. This is what these poems are: the scars of separation, the spoors of desire. Sheard writes powerfully about... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2016; US$ 14.99
Throughout Rake, Matthew Caley?s fifth collection, it can appear as if we are leafing through the oblique diary of an immortal time-travelling rake, one who is seeking his ?one true beloved? through an heroic tally of amorous encounters, desperately trying to get beyond appetite; or possibly a number of parallel immortal time-travelling rakes; or maybe... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2016; US$ 14.99
This changes things is Claire Askew?s first full collection, coming after years of work in Scotland?s flourishing poetry and spoken word scene. Her poems focus on the lives and experiences of women - particularly the socially or economically marginalised - at pains both to empathise and to recognise the limits of this empathy. They embody a need to... more...
- Copyright Group 2015; US$ 2.49
Alfred Lichtenstein was born on 23rd August 1889 in Berlin. He was well educated and graduated with a law degree. However, it appears that law held little appeal but writing short stories and poems did. His early style was to lampoon people and he quickly built a reputation in Berlin as an expressionist writer. He broadened his appeal and became... more...
- Enitharmon Press 1997; US$ 9.99
Film-maker, novelist, artist, playwright, entrepreneur, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) regarded himself above all as a poet. No matter how diverse or prolific his creativity, he saw poetry as central to his vision of all the arts. And it was as a poet that he began his career, publishing Le Cap de Bonne-Espérance in 1919, and it was in this vocation that... more...
- Steerforth Press 2017; US$ 18.00
One of the central writers and thinkers in contemporary Maghreb letters and banned by the Moroccan government, Abdellatif Laabi's poetry is increasingly influential on the international scene and spans six decades of political and literary change, innovation, and struggle. Including a wide range of work, from piercing domestic love poetry to a fierce... more...
- New York Review Books 2016; US$ 12.95
Before his tragic death, Szilárd Borbély had gained a name as one of Europe's most searching new poets. Berlin-Hamlet ?one of his major works?evokes a stroll through the phantasmagoric shopping arcades described in Walter Benjamin?s Arcades Project, but instead of the delirious image fragments of nineteenth-century European culture, we pass by... more...
- Publish on Demand Global LLC 2016; US$ 17.97
Heaven to Eden is a dramatic epic in rhyming verse in the tradition of poets Dante, Milton, and Goethe. It reveals why God granted life, depicts the meaning of living, the reason for existence, the origin and destination of souls, the formation of the universe, the creation, rebellion, and fall of angels and humans, the existence of other worlds and... more...
- edition 8 2016; US$ 15.99
"Beim Anblick / der Sterne das Gefühl / in hell erleuchtete Löcher / zu starren." Der Vierzeiler aus diesem zweiten Gedichtband von Roland Merk gibt den Grundton für eine lyrische Odyssee durch dunkle Zeit: Wie ist es heute, als Mensch in einem atemlosen Dasein ohne Boden zu leben? In präzisen Beobachtungen ist hier von Alltäglichem die Rede, von Kindheitserinnerungen,... more...
- University of Minnesota Press 1998; Not Available
Christine de Pizan, an Italian-born writer in French in the early fifteenth century, composed lyric poetry, debate poetry, political biography, and allegory. At times complicit, at times subversive, at times revisionary, her texts constantly negotiate the hierarchical and repressive discourses of late medieval court culture. How they do so is the... more...