• A New Divan: A Lyrical Dialogue between East & West

    edited by Bill Swainson & Barbara Schwepcke

    The 200th anniversary of Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s West-Eastern Divan forms the inspiration for A New Divan (Gingko, 2019), a multi-lingual collection of poems and translations on Goethe’s original themes from a roster of twenty-four leading poets in eleven languages, with facing English translations. With an introduction by Daniel Barenboim.

    Gingko have also released a complete new translation of West-Eastern Divan (hbk, £30), including ‘Notes and Essays’ and the unpublished poems, edited by Eric Ormsby.

    Hardback £20.00
  • Anecdotal Evidence

    Wendy Cope

    Her first collection since 2011.

    Hardback £14.99
  • Ann At Highwood Hall

    Robert Graves, illustrated by Edward Ardizzone

    Delicious reprint of the 1964 original. Slim, witty, fun. Seven poems for 7-year-olds and above.

    Hardback £12.99
  • Anomaly

    Jamie McKendrick

    Pan-European poetry, reaching from Liverpool to Venice, from Sardinia to Slovenia.

    Hardback £14.99
  • Christina Rossetti: Poetry in Art

    Nicholas Tromans

    Exploring the connection between CR’s poetry and the Pre-Raphaelite visual world that surrounded her.

    Hardback £30.00
  • Collected Poems

    Ken Smith

    Brings together poetry from four decades by this edgy and important poet.

    Paperback £14.99
  • Collected Poems

    Marius Kociejowski

    MK is a poet, essayist, travel writer, legendary bookseller and wearer of extremely fine hats.

    Paperback £12.99
  • Counting Backwards: Poems 1975-2017

    Helen Dunmore

    She won the Costa Prize for her final collection, ‘Inside The Wave’. This retrospective covers 10 collections.

    Paperback £14.99
  • Dante’s Divine Comedy

    Ian Thomson

    A fine, wide-ranging exploration of ‘The Divine Comedy’ and its influence on writers, poets, artists and film-makers up to our own time. Good illustrations.

    Hardback £18.99