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On Freud's "Screen Memories"

by Howard B. Levine & Gail S. Reed

The concept of "screen memories" was introduced by Freud for the first time in his 1899 paper, reprinted here in its entirety. Although the clinical interest in "screen memories" has perhaps diminished in recent...


Feet Up by the Pool - How to Finance the Rest of Your Life: A DIY Guide to Saving and Investment

by Jo Welman

Have you ever worried about affording a timely and comfortable retirement? Or considered what saving and investment advice you should give your children as they grow up in an ever-changing financial climate?...


The Transdyne Awakening

by Chris Betts

The Transdyne Corporation are creators of highly intelligent synthetic beings. ‘Trans’ have become so sophisticated that they have begun to develop the capacity for independent thought. The ‘highbreeds’...


When Iron Gates Yield To Freedom

by Martin Ward & Dr Janice S. Lockwood

Orphaned from the age of four, once Irish Martin PA Ward reached sixteen years of age, those high wrought iron gates belonging to Artane, with its harsh and abusive regime, could no longer hold him. Blighted...


The Godsons Inheritance

by Paul Gait

A Cheltenham born multimillionaire lies in a Gloucestershire burial ground. The legacy he has left his Godsons will change them forever. But the lives of the ‘Scarecrow’, ‘Lion’ and ‘Tin man’ are blighted...


Sometime Like Apes

by J C Denham

When Caliban wakes up, shackled and monstrous, he remembers nothing. The shadowy world of the circus he now inhabits and the bleak, unobtainable landscape beyond are alien to him. He finds himself horribly deformed...


Primary Maths: Anyone can feed skittles to sharks

by Nick Tiley-Nunn & Phil Beadle

Primary maths is stereotypically loved by a few hairy oddballs, tolerated by most sane primary practitioners; loathed by many. With the right approach, however; the right mindset and sense of the impossible...


Third Wish Wasted

by Roddy Lumsden

Third Wish Wasted is a book concerned with our wishes and desires. Belonging to a world between real and imagined folklore, the poems are by turns celebratory, humorous and beguiling, and there are bittersweet...


Selected Poems

by Jaan Kaplinski, Sam Hamill & Hildi Hawkins

Estonia’s Jaan Kaplinski is one of Europe’s major poets, and one of his country’s best-known writers and cultural figures. He was a member of the new post-Revolution Estonian parliament in 1992-95 and...


Grun-tu-molani

by Vidyan Ravinthiran

Vidyan Ravinthiran’s much-anticipated first collection contains many poems about Sri Lanka which fuse politics, personal history and myth. Yet his voice pitches itself not so much halfway between East and...


The Church of Omnivorous Light: Selected Poems

by Robert Wrigley

Robert Wrigley is a poet of America’s northern Rocky Mountains. Over three decades his poetry’s pervading concerns have been rural Western landscapes and humankind’s place within the natural world. His...


The Day Hospital

by Sally Read

Across one day in London, twelve elderly men and women sit in flats, walk, or wait, and speak about their histories, their hopes, their loves, their disappointments and griefs – and above all seek to express...


The Mining Road

by Leanne O'Sullivan

The Mining Road, Leanne O'Sullivan’s third poetry collection, finds inspiration in the disused copper mines that haunt the rugged terrain around Allihies, near her home at Beara, in West Cork. Like remnants...


The Blue Den

by Stephanie Norgate

In The Blue Den, people travel along the edges of roads, landscapes and emotions. The poems give voice to a stream under ice, a flooded road, and an ant beneath the sky. Strongly visual and imaginative, these...


The Pleasure Ground: Poems 1952-2012

by Richard Murphy

Richard Murphy, now in his eighties, is one of Ireland’s most distinguished poets, known particularly for poems drawing on the people and history of the west of Ireland with classical rigour and 'unvarnished'...


Omnesia (remix)

by W.N. Herbert

Omnesia' is Bill Herbert's melding of omniscience and amnesia, the modern condition of thinking we can know everything about our world but, in actuality, retaining dangerously little. This doubly impressive...


How to Ask the Best Probing Questions

by Terry J. Fadem

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This Element is an excerpt from The Art of Asking: Ask Better Questions,...


Omnesia (alternative text)

by W.N. Herbert

Omnesia' is Bill Herbert's melding of omniscience and amnesia, the modern condition of thinking we can know everything about our world but, in actuality, retaining dangerously little. This doubly impressive...


Later

by Philip Gross

Challenging and tender, these poems are a rite of passage. Philip Gross's much praised previous collection, Deep Field, explored the loosening connections between the self and language in his refugee father's...


Bad Machine

by George Szirtes

The body is the 'bad machine' of George Szirtes' latest book of poems. The sudden death of his elderly father and of his younger friend, the poet Michael Murphy, remind him how machines – sources of energy...