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No Dogs, No Indians

No Dogs, No Indians

Siddhartha Bose

Three intertwining stories explore the effects and legacy of the British in India.


The Lost Poets of the Magnificent Seven (Map)

The Lost Poets of the Magnificent Seven (Map)

Chris McCabe & Frances Ives

An illustrated map of London's lost poets


Cenotaph South: Mapping the Lost Poets of Nunhead Cemetery

Cenotaph South: Mapping the Lost Poets of Nunhead Cemetery

Chris McCabe

Step through the iron gates of one of London's most spectacular Victorian cemeteries on the hunt for the lost poets of Nunhead.


Spacecraft

Spacecraft

John McCullough

Margins, edges and coastlines abound in John McCullough’s tender, humorous explorations of contemporary life and love.


Astéronymes

Astéronymes

Claire Trévien

Formally inventive and intricately composed, Astéronymes is a book of redactions - and an elegy for places and people that have been ruined by time, erosion or neglect.


Futures: Poetry of the Greek Crisis

Futures: Poetry of the Greek Crisis

Theodoros Chiotis (editor)

Futures features some of the most daring new voices in Greek poetry, together with international poets with Greek connections.


Fence

Fence

Tim Cresswell

An epic of fragments that is at once beautiful and beautifully strange.


Speculatrix

Speculatrix

Chris McCabe

In his most daring collection to date, Chris McCabe delves into the shadowy recesses of London history, bringing forth unsettling anachronisms and revealing the city as a perilous place to exist.


Beowulf

Beowulf

Meghan Purvis

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


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.


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.


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.


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