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Midland

Midland

Honor Gavin

Midland tells the stories of three young women as they fight to find their feet amidst the accumulated rubble of the twentieth century.


Marginalia

Marginalia

Tom Chivers (editor)

This new anthology celebrates the first decade of Penned in the Margins, bringing together over seventy-five of the very best poems and texts carefully selected by editor Tom Chivers.


In the Catacombs: A Summer Among the Dead Poets of West Norwood Cemetery

In the Catacombs: A Summer Among the Dead Poets of West Norwood Cemetery

Chris McCabe

A startling and original work of literary detection, In the Catacombs places West Norwood Cemetery and its dead poets back into the foreground of the London psyche


Mount London: Ascents in the Vertical City

Mount London: Ascents in the Vertical City

Tom Chivers & Martin Kratz (editors)

An invisible mountain is rising above the streets of the capital - and at over 1,800 metres, it is Britain’s highest peak. Mount London is a unique and visionary record of the vertical city.


Beautiful Girls

Beautiful Girls

Melissa Lee-Houghton

"In this hypnotic and arresting collection Melissa Lee-Houghton holds a mirror to our mouths and teaches us how to breathe so that hurts like hell." - Abegail Morley


Digital Monsoon

Digital Monsoon

Siddhartha Bose

Digital Monsoon celebrates the dynamism of the urban edgeland in an updated Jazz Age poetic.


Forms of Protest

Forms of Protest

Hannah Silva

Forms of Protest collects together for the first time the work of Hannah Silva, a poet and playwright known for her fearless and wholly original vocal performances.


Enemies

Enemies

SJ Fowler

This ground-breaking, multi-disciplinary collection is the result of collaborations with over thirty artists, photographers and writers


Holophin (paperback)

Holophin (paperback)

Luke Kennard

It is 2031 and the must-have gadget is the Holophin: a tiny, dolphin-shaped microprocessor which cures your worst impulses and phobias, comforts you in your grief or boredom and makes everything look much, much prettier.


Soil

Soil

Tim Cresswell

Soil is a striking debut by geographer and poet Tim Cresswell – rich, multi-layered, full of organic life and the compacted detritus of the city.


Beowulf

Beowulf

Meghan Purvis

The Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf is brought to life in a vigorous, contemporary translation by American poet Meghan Purvis.


The Shipwrecked House

The Shipwrecked House

Claire Trévien

Anchors, shipwrecks, whales and islands abound in this first collection by young Anglo-Breton poet Claire Trévien.


Human Form

Human Form

Oliver Dixon

Human Form is as much a reflection on an interior world on the cusp of change. This book is a search for form, of modes of utterance, combining elegantly crafted lyrics with dense blocks of prose poetry and fractured texts.


Mondeo Man

Mondeo Man

Luke Wright

Explosive political satire and acerbic wit leap from stage to page in the hotly anticipated debut collection from Luke Wright.


Count from Zero to One Hundred

Count from Zero to One Hundred

Alan Cunningham

Set across Berlin, London, Budapest and Dublin, Alan Cunningham's debut novella is a moving and contemporary meditation on the limits and vulnerability of the body.


NOT AN ESSAY

NOT AN ESSAY

Heather Phillipson

Cavalier, acerbic, droll and disconsolate, this experimental text by poet and artist Heather Phillipson is a self-incrimination, the noise of the intellect giving its mechanics away.


Where Rockets Burn Through

Where Rockets Burn Through

Russell Jones (editor)

Blasting into the future, across alien worlds and distant galaxies, fantastic technologies and potential threats to humanity, Where Rockets Burn Through brings science fiction and poetry together in one explosive, genre-busting collection.


Holophin

Holophin

Luke Kennard

It is 2031 and the must-have gadget is the Holophin: a tiny, dolphin-shaped microprocessor which cures your worst impulses and phobias, comforts you in your grief or boredom and makes everything look much, much prettier.


Emergency Window

Emergency Window

Ross Sutherland

Welcome to a science fiction reality of mirrors, windows and menacing simulacra – where nothing is as it seems. Surreal, funny, intelligent and experimental, Emergency Window charts a search for meaning in a disintegrating world.


The Bells of Hope

The Bells of Hope

Roddy Lumsden

A series of 51 poems, all of them in a short form developed by the author, in which metaphor and truth swirl in one short and three long lines.


Adventures in Form

Adventures in Form

Tom Chivers (editor)

Welcome to a strange new world in which a poem can be written using only one vowel, processed through computer code, collaged from film trailers, compiled from Facebook status updates, hidden inside a Sudoku puzzle, and even painted on sheep to demonstrate Quantum Theory. Discover a multitude of new and unusual poetic forms – from tweet to time-splice, and from skinny villanelle to breakbeat sonnet – in this inspiring and inventive anthology.


Hyakuretsu Kyaku

Hyakuretsu Kyaku

Ross Sutherland

The mercurial Ross Sutherland's new sonnet sequence Hyakuretsu Kyaku playfully recasts the characters from cult video game Street Fighter 2 as "twelve heroes that span the breadth of the human condition."


Speak to Strangers

Speak to Strangers

Gemma Seltzer

London is a city full of millions of strangers and Gemma Seltzer wants to meet them all. Speak to Strangers is a brilliant, funny and uplifting sequence of one hundred hundred-word stories.


The Method

The Method

Rob Stanton

From the opening Tuyman's Sonnets, which depict the cultural detritus of recent history as evidence of the severed real, to the sly, deft, minimalist lyrics of the book's second half – The Method is a tour de force which shows Rob Stanton to be a poet to watch. (Rae Armantrout)


A Body Made of You

A Body Made of You

Melissa Lee-Houghton

Charged with sexuality and an uncomfortable sense of the strange, A Body Made of You introduces a powerful new voice in poetry.


Love / All That / & OK

Love / All That / & OK

Emily Critchley

Love / All That /& OK, an anti-confessional by experimental British poet Emily Critchley, brings together a diverse range of work previously published in chapbooks since 2004


Limits of Control

Limits of Control

Steve Spence

In this extraordinary sequence of prose poems, coral reefs fall from the sky, volcanoes smoulder and pirates come to power in Britain.


Steak & Stations

Steak & Stations

Michael Egan

Reports from a landscape of contrasts and contradictions: of speed and consumption, haute cuisine and isolated railway platforms; from nocturnal inner-city encounters to rural wildernesses.


Kalagora

Kalagora

Siddhartha Bose

In this dazzling debut collection by Indian-born poet Siddhartha Bose, the cities of Kolkata, Mumbai, New York and London are transformed into sites of fractured vision.


Twelve Nudes

Twelve Nudes

Ross Sutherland

With trademark wit, Twelve Nudes interrogates the failures of love, exploding the dynamics of text, voice and body. In this elegant but uneasy satire, ‘to be naked is to speak without footnotes’.


Stress Fractures: Essays on Poetry

Stress Fractures: Essays on Poetry

Tom Chivers (editor)

Where can the poem go in the age of the supercomputer? Why is poetry taught so badly at school? What do Wordsworth, Byron and Roots Manuva have in common?


Shad Thames, Broken Wharf

Shad Thames, Broken Wharf

Chris McCabe

Shad Thames, Broken Wharf is a play of voices that spans centuries of changes across the Docklands, allowing past ghosts to be heard above the white noise of the polemical present.


Bonjour Tetris

Bonjour Tetris

Simon Barraclough

From retro computer games and Hollywood blockbusters to the West Indian cricketer Brian Lara - no field of contemporary culture is safe from Simon Barraclough's sophisticated and inclusive vision.


Weather A System

Weather A System

James Wilkes

Bodypopping Belgians and bicycle couriers populate a world of public fountains and archaeological debris in this original and eclectic collection by James Wilkes.


Static Exile

Static Exile

George Ttoouli

Static Exile is a powerful and meditative debut collection which combines acute political observation with caustic humour.


Napoleon’s Travelling Bookshelf

Napoleon’s Travelling Bookshelf

Sarah Hesketh

Erudite, humourous and stylishly, Hesketh's debut invokes a world of frozen lakes and people who have stayed too long.


Metrophobia

Metrophobia

Stephanie Leal

From urban sketches of London and warped love poems to a paean to the Boston Tea Party and a letter to an American in Afghanistan, Metrophobia establishes a poetry that is inventive, quirky and packed with humour.


City State: New London Poetry

City State: New London Poetry

Tom Chivers (editor)

City State showcases a new generation of London writers, a confident, entertaining and truly diverse snapshot of the best new poetry from the capital.


Things To Do Before You Leave Town

Things To Do Before You Leave Town

Ross Sutherland

Mono-browed cousins, clandestine paperboys, murderous action heroes and Swiss euthanasia clinics jostle for position in Ross Sutherland’s intelligent and wildly entertaining debut collection of poetry.


Charismatic Megafauna

Charismatic Megafauna

Tamsin Kendrick

The sacred, the profane and the prophetic come together in this stylish debut collection of poetry by Tamsin Kendrick.


Man in Black

Man in Black

David Caddy

Man in Black is the extraordinary latest collection by Dorset poet David Caddy, dubbed ‘the Robert Frost of the Blackmore Vale’ (Jay Parini). These poems are brimming with radical intent, drawing from a rich and varied lineage.


Generation Txt

Generation Txt

Tom Chivers (editor)

In a world of dumbed-down media and txt-speak, six of the most talented young writers speak out. This is a must-have anthology for anyone interested in the future of poetry, featuring new work by Joe Dunthorne, Inua Ellams, Laura Forman, Emma McGordon, Abigail Oborne and James Wilkes.


Peckham Blue

Peckham Blue

Susie Gordon

Peckham Blue is about finding the family you thought you never had. In ten extraordinary poems, Susie Gordon records a journey from her home on the Lancashire coast to the inner-city neighbourhoods of South London - to rediscover the family who gave her up for adoption at birth.


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