• March Calf: Collected Animal Poems Vol 3

    Ted Hughes
    Hardback £10.00
  • Collected Poems

    Marius Kociejowski

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

    Paperback £12.99
  • Something Bright, Then Holes

    Maggie Nelson

    MN’s poetry published for the first time in this country after the stunning success of her slippery, queer memoir ‘The Argonauts’ in 2015 and last year’s ‘Bluets’.

    Paperback £8.99
  • Ruslan and Ludmila

    Alexander Pushkin, translated by D M Thomas

    This translation of Pushkin’s epic magical-realist poem is DMT’s fifth foray into Russian poetry.

    Hardback £12.99
  • 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
  • Threads

    Sandeep Parmar, Nisha Ramayya and Bhanu Kapil.

    A slim but beautifully produced collection of essays, verse and correspondences by three young poets. Max Porter (of Grief Is The Thing With Feathers fame and editor for Granta) called it ‘the boldest, most serious and interesting stuff around.’

    Paperback £5.99
  • The Drunken Sailor: The Life of the Poet Arthur Rimbaud in His Own Words

    Nick Hayes

    Hayes’s talents as a graphic novelist are once again gleaming here as he takes Rimbaud’s autobiographical poem ‘Le Bateau Ivre’ (in a new translation) and weaves a spell of images to accomany the words. “As I was drifting down indifferent streams…”. Shades of Bawden and Ravilious, and miraculous.

    Hardback £20.00
  • Mirror Mirror: A collection of Poems

    Alexander Shihwarg

    Shura was born in Harbin “like Skidelsky and Yul Brunner”, married to the novelist Joan Wyndham, and known and loved by many. At nearly 100, he is still inimitable as a raconteur. This is his first publication.

    Paperback £7.99
  • Philip Larkin: Letters Home, 1936 – 1977

    Philip Larkin, edited by James Booth

    A volume of letters to his family, never published before.

    Hardback £40.00