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The universe has never been depicted so intimately, nor the mundane so infused with stellar significance, as it is in the poetry of Vicki Husband.
A brave, unexpected book of lyric poems that morph and grow on every reading.
To mark the centenary of the First World War, a Selected Poems of Edmund Blunden brings back into print the work of a major war poet and author of the classic memoir Undertones of War.
This wonderful anthology on getting older is edited by Lizzie MacGregor, the Scottish Poetry Library’s former Assistant Librarian.
A new collection of poetry from Glasgow-based writer Samuel Tongue.
This edition brings Audre Lorde’s essential poetry, speeches and essays, including ‘The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House’, together in one volume for the first time.
The first collection by Sophie Collins, Who Is Mary Sue? is a work for our times.
Vahni Capildeo’s Venus as a Bear collects poems on animals, art, language, the sea, thinghood, metaphor, description, and dance.
Following her 2013 debut This is Yarrow, Tara Bergin returns with her second collection, The Tragic Death of Eleanor Marx.
A new pamphlet collection by Marjorie Lotfi Gill.
A twenty-first century guide to writing poetry well by Jo Bell and Jane Commane.
This frank and funny guide by award-winning poet and publisher Helena Nelson makes sense of the whole business of getting poetry published.