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A Herring Famine
A Herring Famine Adam O'Riordan
The much-anticipated second collection from the award-winning poet, Adam O’Riordan
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Learning to Make an Oud in Nazareth
Learning to Make an Oud in Nazareth Ruth Padel
Ruth Padel’s powerful new collection on the Middle East
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Almost the Equinox
Almost the Equinox Sarah Maguire
A welcome selection from one of the most original and accomplished poets of her generation, described as ‘the heiress of Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman‘
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The Dice Cup
The Dice Cup John Fuller
A new collection of prose poems, from one Chatto's finest poets
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Black Country
Black Country Liz Berry
The incandescent debut from Liz Berry. Winner of the Forward Prize Best First Collection 2014, and a Poetry Book Society Recommendation.
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Loop of Jade
Loop of Jade Sarah Howe
Introducing an unmistakable new voice in British poetry, the first collection by Sarah Howe.
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Shingle Street
Shingle Street Blake Morrison
A new collection of poems from bestselling poet, novelist and memoirist, Blake Morrison
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Flaneuse
Flaneuse Lauren Elkin
Part memoir, part biography, part cultural meander, an irresistibly intelligent literary walk through the lives of wandering women: about how, by putting one foot in front of the other, we can sometimes stumble upon different routes in our lives
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A Little, Aloud with Love
A Little, Aloud with Love
An anthology of prose and poetry selected for reading a little, aloud, to someone you love
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Far and Away
Far and Away Andrew Solomon
Wellcome Prize winner and National Book Award winner Andrew Solomon brings his sharp eye and fierce compassion to stories from all over the world
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The Swordfish and the Star
The Swordfish and the Star Gavin Knight
Gavin Knight has caught the stories of the Cornish fishermen – and their difficult, dramatic existence at the end of our land
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Gravel in my Shoe
Gravel in my Shoe John Fuller
A tour de force new collection from ‘one of England's finest poets’ (Daily Telegraph)
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The Catch
The Catch Fiona Sampson
Crystalline poems of beauty and risk, from T.S. Eliot and Forward Prize shortlisted poet, Fiona Sampson
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No Map Could Show Them
No Map Could Show Them Helen Mort
The brilliant second collection from Next Generation Poet, T.S. Eliot and Costa shortlisted poet, Helen Mort
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Peacock and Vine
Peacock and Vine A S Byatt
This enchanting essay, glowing with colour, unlocks the lives, passions and designs of two charismatic artists, Mariano Fortuny and William Morris
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Tidings
Tidings Ruth Padel
An enchanting full-length narrative poem, which takes us round the world at Christmas
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Kumukanda
Kumukanda Kayo Chingonyi
A much-anticipated debut collection of beautifully crafted and powerful poems, from a writer of tremendous talent and promise
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The Bone Flowers
The Bone Flowers John Fuller
Published in a special signed limited edition of 500 copies to celebrate the author's 80th birthday, John Fuller's full-length narrative poem is resonant celebration of life and the things we leave behind.
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Poem For The Day Two Nicholas Albery
Poem for the Day Two, available for the first time in paperback, is the enchanting companion volume to the bestselling Poem for the Day One.
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Boys And Girls Forever
Boys And Girls Forever Alison Lurie
'The best book on the classics of the genre I have ever read' John Bayley, New York Review of Books
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No Go the Bogeyman
No Go the Bogeyman Marina Warner
Exciting, enthralling, gorgeously illustrated and groundbreaking new book from Marina Warner - follows her success with FROM THE BEAST TO THE BLONDE with a tour de force on bogeymen, ogres and other fearful figures of our imagination.
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The Poems of Wilfred Owen
The Poems of Wilfred Owen Wilfred Owen
A handsome edition of Owen's poems published to mark the centenary of his birth
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