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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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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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Catch Me While You Have The Light

 
- Richard W. Halperin

Catch Me While You Have the Light, Mr. Halperin’s fourth collection for Salmon, emphasises what one poem calls ‘the so what of the different’ in the luminous startling language which has characterised his work from the beginning. Jesus, Miss Marple, He...

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