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Poets from around the world give eloquent voice to the trials, hopes, rewards and losses of migration.
Tributes in verse to the creeping, scuttling, flitting, stinging things with which we share our planet.
Poetic responses to experiences of illness, injury and convalescence.
The new collection of poetry and prose from the Ted Hughes Award-winning author of Nobody Told Me.
A companion of poems intended to provide encouragement and consolation to those on the frontline of our care sector.
In seventeen intimate and incisive essays, poet Molly McCully Brown explores living within and beyond the limits of a body — in her case, one shaped since birth by Cerebral Palsy.
Warning: this anthology contains poems to enter the bloodstream and rewild the spirit.
Aoife Lyall’s debut collection explores the tragic and tender experiences of pregnancy and early motherhood.
Kapil’s debut UK collection, winner of the T.S. Eliot Prize 2020.
99 poems, selected by Carol Ann Duffy, reflecting on the bond between parent and child.
Poems that will transport you to vivid spring-time scenes, taking you from the first sighting of blossoms to Easter.
A collection of hybrid, lyric essays about the places between life and death; memoir and poetry; making and letting go
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