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  • Alarumby Wayne Holloway-Smith

    Bloodaxe Books 2017; US$ 10.99

    The mischievous and often dark world of Wayne Holloway-Smith?s first collection Alarum exists in the space between the peculiar thought and its dismissal. It is a place in which commonsense is unfixed, where the imagination disrupts notions of stability. ?A single crow falling from the mind? of the poet is something awkward left at our feet, and the... more...

  • Portobello Sonnetsby Harry Clifton

    Bloodaxe Books 2017; US$ 10.99

    Portobello, the district in Dublin where the Irish poet Harry Clifton lives, is a microcosm of a changing, cosmopolitan Ireland. These sonnets, written on his return from sixteen years in continental Europe, are at once a celebration of place, a coming to terms with age and a rediscovering of the universal in the local. Harry Clifton has published... more...

  • The Autistic Aliceby Joanne Limburg

    Bloodaxe Books 2017; US$ 10.99

    There are two acts of recovery in this book ? one of a lost brother, and another of a lost self. Joanne Limburg commemorates both in her third collection, The Autistic Alice. In its title-sequence she uses Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass to explore her own experiences as a girl and young woman. Growing up with undiagnosed Asperger?s,... more...

  • Aurora Leighby Elizabeth Barrett Browning

    Dancing Unicorn Books 2017; US$ 1.99

    'Aurora Leigh' is an eponymous epic novel/poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The poem is written in blank verse and encompasses nine books. Through Book 5, Aurora narrates her past, from her childhood to the age of about 27; in Books 6-9, the narrative has caught up with her, and she reports events in diary form. Elizabeth Barrett Browning styled... more...

  • Adrian Mole: The Collected Poemsby Sue Townsend

    Penguin Books Ltd 2017; US$ 5.63

    Mole Press - a brand new imprint of Penguin Books - is proud to announce the first publication of The Collected Poems of Adrian Mole to mark the author's 50TH birthday. 'Edgy politics, tortured eroticism, misunderstood intellect, changing Britain - a whiff of the sublime. Mole's contribution is significant' Daily Telegraph Featuring poems... more...

  • The Wild Swans at Cooleby William Butler Yeats; George Bornstein

    Scribner 2017; US$ 17.00 US$ 12.50

    A stunning facsimile of the 1919 first edition of William Butler Yeats?s The Wild Swans at Coole : an elegant volume showcasing these poems as they would have first been read and a complement to facsimile editions The Winding Stair and The Tower . Published in 1919 during W.B. Yeats?s ?middle stage? and composed of poems written during World War... more...

  • The Unaccompaniedby Simon Armitage

    Faber & Faber 2017; US$ 21.87

    Praised for his powerfully inventive, influential verse, Simon Armitage has resided at the heart of British poetry for more than a quarter century. Throughout, his work has celebrated range and adaptability, most recently in the prose poems of Seeing Stars (2010), the dramatisation of The Last Days of Troy (2014) and the translation of medieval... more...

  • Incarnationby Clare Pollard

    Bloodaxe Books 2017; US$ 10.99

    The poems in Clare Pollard?s new collection Incarnation are about our children and the stories that we tell them. Whether looking at the discourse around pregnancy, describing the pain of childbirth or thinking about surveillance at soft play, they blur the personal and political. Pinocchio, Hamelin, Alice and The Tiger who Came to Tea make appearances... more...

  • Santiagoby Cheryl Follon

    Bloodaxe Books 2017; US$ 10.99

    A number of years back, our author went to seek out a book by some ancient Greek thinker ? the name starting with an L, or perhaps a C ? called On Delight of the Nature of Things , or maybe In Delight at the Nature of Things . Either way, it turned out the book didn?t exist. Our author found lots of stuff on measuring the circumference and mass of... more...

  • It Never Rainsby Roger McGough

    Penguin Books Ltd 2017; US$ 7.04

    It Never Rains by Roger McGough - an expanded edition of comic verse and free line drawings, from the nation's favourite poet While up at Magdalen Spent the time dagdalen. Moved on to Caius Became the baius knaius. 'Oxford Blues' is one of the many new poems in this expanded and revised edition of The State of Poetry , Roger McGough's book of... more...