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severance

 
- Robert Fanning

In his fourth full-length collection, Robert Fanning takes a dramatic leap into a liminal world. In poems both measured and free, both cadenced and incantatory, we follow two marionettes—Professor and Grief—who search for a ...

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Open Season on the Moon

 
- Patrick Chapman

Open Season on the Moon is Patrick Chapman’s most experimental and engaging collection yet. In these pages we meet some of his inspirations – Cronenberg, Lynch, Bowie – on a journey through memory, erotica and death. In poems of arresting beauty and sub...

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Unquiet Remains

 
- Drew Blanchard

In a world that pines for borders and boundaries, Unquiet Remains presents an uncertain and flinching study of things untethered. In these poems, opposites meet, collide, and co-exist in the liminal spaces between life and death; where geometry and phys...

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Fish Singing Foxes

 
- JP Dancing Bear

Fish Singing Foxes is two books in one. Half of the book is an exploration of Gacelas, a series of poems that Federico Garcia Lorca wrote with a then modern take on Ghazals. Dancing Bear advances the form with ghazel-like l...

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Naked - New & Selected Poems

 
- Susan Millar DuMars

Naked: New & Selected Poems contains poems written and published over twenty-five years, including a selection of poems from each of Susan Millar DuMars’ four previous collections, More details

   

Our Killer City - isms, chisms, chasms and schisms: essays and poems

 
- Rita Ann Higgins

“Rita Ann Higgins has always been a poet with a distinctive stance, never shirking her responsibilities as a public voice speaking on behalf of those who do not possess such a platform. When she states that ‘Galway seagulls’ are ‘unfussy, / they go straight f...

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Threads

 
- Laurence McKeown

Laurence McKeown almost died in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh/Maze Prison in the North of Ireland following 70 days on hunger strike in 1981. In later years, he helped facilitate poetry workshops in the prison and co-founded a prisoners’ magazine. In this, ...

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Rogue States

 
- Fred Johnston

‘Fred Johnston’s new collection proceeds from a generous and enhanced awareness of poetry as a human necessity for good living.’
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