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Six Bad Poets is the hilarious farce-in-verse from 2009 Costa Book of the Year winner, Christopher Reid - now in paperback.
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Exhilarating fourth collection of poems from the 'intriguing, funny, prophetic' man of letters Mark Ford.
Illuminating and authoritative treatise on 'how a poem works', from the multi-award-winning poet, editor and professor of poetry.
The eleventh single volume of poetry from one of the Britain's most celebrated and influential contemporary poets, Simon Armitage - now in paperback.
Debut collection presenting an uncompromising portrait of love and shame within London's Soho community.
Paperback simultaneous publication: national treasure Wendy Cope's first collection of new poetry since 2011's Family Values.
Sophie Collins's fearless and brilliant debut: a series of verse and prose collages, exploring themes of identity, shame, gender, trauma, composition and culture.
Robert Burns, edited by and introduction by Andrew O'Hagan
The definitive collections of poetry by Robert Burns, curated and arranged by award-winning writer Andrew O'Hagan.
Ambitious debut from bold, new female voice, re-visioning the tradition of Eliot and Pound
Format: Hard Cover
Meticulously revised edition of key Eliot volume, presented for the very first time.