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  • An Ocean of Static by J. R. Carpenter
    An Ocean of Static (Paperback) J. R. Carpenter

    In her long-awaited poetry debut, award-winning digital writer and artist J.R. Carpenter transforms the dense, fragmented archive of the North Atlantic into an astonishing sea of fresh new text. Cartographic and maritime vernaculars inflected with the syntax and grammar of ships logs and code languages splinter and pulse across the page.

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  • The Old Weird Albion by Justin Hopper
    The Old Weird Albion (Paperback) Justin Hopper $15.37
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  • Swims by Elizabeth-Jane Burnett
    Swims (Paperback) Elizabeth-Jane Burnett

    An evocative debut poetry collection documenting wild swimming in lakes, rivers and seas across the UK.

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  • Cain by Luke Kennard
    Cain (Paperback) Luke Kennard

    Winner, British Book Design & Production Awards 2016 Guardian Best Books of 2016 Guardian Best Books for Summer 2016 Observer Best Holiday Reads 2016 Tricksy, acerbic and laugh-out-loud funny, Cain is the dazzling new collection from Next Generation Poet Luke Kennard.

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  • Frankie Vah by Luke Wright
    Frankie Vah (Paperback) Luke Wright

    We all want something to believe in. It's 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics, and skuzzy indie stardom. But can he keep it all down? Following the multi award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright's second verse play deals with love, loss and belief, against a backdrop of grubby indie venues and 80s politics.

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  • Natural Phenomena by Meryl Pugh
    Natural Phenomena (Paperback) Meryl Pugh

    The long-awaited poetry debut from Meryl Pugh.

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  • Sunshine by Melissa Lee-Houghton
    Sunshine (Paperback) Melissa Lee-Houghton

    Sunshine is the new collection from Next Generation Poet Melissa Lee-Houghton. A writer of startling confession, her poems inhabit the lonely hotel rooms, psych wards and deserted lanes of austerity Britain.

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  • Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die by Amber Massie-Blomfield
    Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die (Paperback) Amber Massie-Blomfield

    Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die is a love letter to British theatre. Join Amber Massie-Blomfield as she veers off the beaten track to discover the pasts and present of the UK's most unique performance spaces.

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  • The Lost Art of Sinking by Naomi Booth
    The Lost Art of Sinking (English, Hardback) Naomi Booth

    "beautifully written, funny, mischievous and touching" NICHOLAS ROYLE Shortlisted for the MMU Novella Award 2014 The Lost Art of Sinking is a dark comedy about losing yourself. Sensual, funny and exquisitely written, this bold novella introduces a fresh new literary voice in Naomi Booth.

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  • The Girl Who Forgets How To Walk by Kate Davies
    The Girl Who Forgets How To Walk (Paperback) Kate Davies

    The debut poetry collection from Cumbrian poet Kate Davies

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  • Forms of Protest by Hannah Silva
    Forms of Protest (Paperback) Hannah Silva

    Forms of Protest collects together for the first time the work of Hannah Silva, a poet and playwright known for her fearless and wholly original vocal performances. These poems and experimental texts oscillate between sense and nonsense, meaning and music, always testing the limits of language to represent the lived world.

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  • Trammel by Charlotte Newman
    Trammel (Paperback) Charlotte Newman

    Voracious in her critique of modernity, Charlotte Newman ranges across the spectra of social and sexual politics - from Brexit to the Bechdel Test via Renaissance art and vintage computer games.

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  • Asteronymes by Claire Trevien
    Asteronymes (Paperback) Claire Trevien

    ASTERONYME, n. (French). A sequence of asterisks used to hide a name or password. In this follow-up to her acclaimed debut, The Shipwrecked House (Guardian First Book Award longlisted), Anglo-Breton poet Claire Trevien takes us to a place where ancient stone circles collide with the language of the internet. Trevien becomes curator of imaginary museums, indexing objects and histories with a...

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  • Forgive the Language by Katy Evans-Bush
    Forgive the Language (Paperback) Katy Evans-Bush

    Typewriters, plagiarism and the poetic line are just three of the subjects under the spotlight in this book of essays by much-loved literary blogger Katy Evans-Bush.

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  • Love / All That / & OK by Emily Critchley
    Love / All That / & OK (Paperback) Emily Critchley

    Love / All That /& OK, an anti-confessional by experimental British poet Emily Critchley, brings together a diverse range of work previously published in chapbooks since 2004, and includes new material from the sequences 'Poems for Luke', 'The Sonnets' and 'Poems for Other People'.

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  • Things to Do Before You Leave Town by Ross Sutherland
    Things to Do Before You Leave Town (Paperback) Ross Sutherland

    Mono-browed cousins, clandestine paperboys, murderous action heroes and Swiss euthanasia clinics jostle for position in Ross Sutherland's intelligent and wildly entertaining debut collection of poetry.

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  • Beautiful Girls by Melissa Lee-Houghton
    Beautiful Girls (Paperback) Melissa Lee-Houghton

    "Beautiful Girls is not a book for the faint-hearted. The reader has been invited to a sleepover at the asylum, a night in which five-year old girls drift alone through the wards, and where heaven is a place between "the sky and the planets" reserved for those with personality disorders." - Chris McCabe

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  • What I Learned from Johnny Bevan by Luke Wright
    What I Learned from Johnny Bevan (Paperback) Luke Wright

    Johnny Bevan, a whip-smart, mercurial kid from a council estate, saves Nick from living his father's safe life, but it ends tragically. Years later, a world-weary Nick is reminded of their friendship. Can Johnny save Nick again? Luke Wright makes his theatre debut with a verse play about friendship, class and a bad idea for a festival.

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  • Mondeo Man by Luke Wright
    Mondeo Man (English, Paperback) Luke Wright

    Explosive political satire and acerbic wit leap from stage to page in this hotly anticipated debut collection from Luke Wright. ...

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  • Enemies by SJ Fowler
    Enemies (Paperback) SJ Fowler

    SJ Fowler has Enemies. And the Enemies of his Enemies are his friends. This groundbreaking, multi-disciplinary collection is the result of collaborations with over thirty artists, photographers and writers - each imbued with the energy, innovation and generosity of spirit that has become Fowler's calling card as a poet.

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