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Hold Your Own

by Kate Tempest

Kate Tempest's first full-length collection for Picador is an ambitious, multi-voiced work based around the mythical figure of Tiresias. This four-part work follows him through his transformations from child,...


The Whole & Rain-domed Universe

by Colette Bryce

The Whole & Rain-domed Universe is Colette Bryce's much-anticipated follow-up to Self-Portrait in the Dark. The book presents the reader with an extraordinarily clear-eyed, vivid and sometimes disturbing account...


Sailing the Forest

by Robin Robertson

Sailing the Forest, Robin Robertson's Selected Poems, is the definitive guide to one of the most important poetic voices to have emerged from the UK in the last twenty-five years. Robertson's lyrical, brooding,...


Cinema of the Present

by Lisa Robertson

A 25-frames-per-second look at the kinetic, cinematic self by a master poet.


Selected Poems

by Kate Clanchy

Kate Clanchy's poems are much broadcast, translated and anthologised. This Selected Poems draws together her three prize-winning collections, Slattern, Samarkand, and Newborn, published between 1996 and 2004....


Ode to the Heart Smaller Than a Pencil Eraser

by Luisa A. Igloria

When Luisa Igloria cites Epictetus—‘as soon as a thing has been seen, it is carried away, and another comes in its place'—she introduces the crowded and contradictory world her poems portray: a realm of...


The Penguin in Lost Property

by Roger Stevens & Jan Dean

A fantastic collection of brand-new poems featuring a whole world of animals, birds and fish, including but not limited to penguins, cats, zebras, stick insects, dogs, salmon, crabs, giraffes, cows, eels, snails...


Brian Moses' School Report

by Brian Moses

Find out what goes on behind the staffroom door, join in at playtime, see what is in the mysterious lost-property box, go on the school trip, and discover what teachers do in their spare time - and that’s...


Our Higher Calling

by Sherrell Byrd

Are you experiencing hardship, trials and tribulation? Has tragedy struck your life? Do you feel like giving up and throwing in the towel? If so, you are not alone. The Bible reminds us in Psalm 34:19, "Many...


Impressions and Reflections

by Peter Chapel

My song lyrics were a consequence of being a captive in my automobile twice a month from 1978 to 1981 while driving eight hours at a stretch, mostly at night. This opportunity to reminisce made me recall incidents...


Petrarch the Poet: An Introduction to the 'Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta' an Introduction to the 'Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta'

by Peter Hainsworth

In this critical and historical interpretation of Petrarch's major Italian work, the collection of poems he called the Rerum vulgarium fagmenta, Peter Hainsworth presents Petrarch as a poet of outstanding sophistication...


Poetry, Politics and Culture: Essays on Indian Texts and Contexts: Essays on Indian Texts and Contexts

by Akshaya Kumar

This book maps the journey of the Indian poetic imagination-in Hindi, Panjabi and Indian English-from its original quasi-spiritual longings to its activist interventions in the public domain. As Indian poetry...


Poetry as Testimony: Witnessing and Memory in Twentieth-century Poems: Witnessing and Memory in Twentieth-century Poems

by Antony Rowland

This book analyzes Holocaust poetry, war poetry, working-class poetry, and 9/11 poetry as forms of testimony. Rowland argues that testamentary poetry requires a different approach to traditional ways of dealing...


Horace

by C.D.N. Costa

Two thousand years after his death Horace is still recognised as a unique poet, having exerted marked influence on later European literature. This collection, first published in 1973, explores the different...


Jonas in Frames

by Chris Hutchinson

Jonas in Frames is [choose one]: A) a series of loosely connected narrative fragments written in poetic prose; B) a maze of postcard stories bursting with literary in-jokes; C) a delicate sequence of prose poems...


Hungry Moon

by Henrietta Goodman

With intimacy and depth of insight, Henrietta Goodman’s Hungry Moon suggests paradox as the most basic mode of knowing ourselves and the world. We need hunger, the poems argue, but also satisfaction. We need...


Intimacy

by Catherine Imbriglio

Winner of the 2013 Colorado Prize for Poetry, Intimacy is a series of experimental poems that play with, resist, and acknowledge complicity with received concepts of intimacy that circulate in this media-centric...


Caravaggio's Dagger: A pursuit of right action

by Hendrik Slegtenhorst

Many come to evil; many others search for a different way to be. Animated by the work of Caravaggio, Hendrik Slegtenhorst's poems inquire, what is a pursuit of right action? Caravaggio, the murderous, brilliant...


Real Dirt: An Ex-industrial Farmer's Guide to Sustainable Eating

by Harry Stoddart

Real Dirt is a groundbreaking book for any reader interested in learning more about where food comes from. Harry Stoddart shares years of experience and knowledge in his quirky dissection of agriculture and...


Blue Heron

by Elizabeth Robinson

The poems in Blue Heron delineate a passage through grief and change. Here, personal loss is continuous with threats to other species and landscapes. In response, Robinson has uprooted the terrain of language,...