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Canalchemy: The Materials

The Materials gathers together poems and images created by Lyndon Davies for The Canalchemy Project, a collaborative enterprise initiated by Steven Hitchins, which involved walking sections of the Merthyr to Cardiff canal, with a varying group of poets and artists, performing actions and readings... ... Read More

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The Handle of the Door

The Handle of the Door is Christopher Twigg’s first new collection since A Cherub that Sees Them (2003) of which the late much missed John James wrote: ‘A lovely book. I have read it several times and been... ... Read More

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floss is an exploration of working class feminist psychogeography, via flick, a woman thing and a phantom dog named floss. The poems explore sites of erasure and loss in Central and North Liverpool, and combine urban walking through various towns and cities with family history,... ... Read More

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The Edge of Necessary

The Edge of Necessary is the first ever anthology of contemporary innovative Welsh and Wales-connected poetry in English. Wales has a strong tradition of dis-established, linguistically challenging literatures, and... ... Read More

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Poems for the Dance

  Containing an essay, and poems, occasioned by the author’s engagement with Five Rhythms and other improvised dance and movement practices over more than a decade, Poems for the Dance is a multi-faceted enquiry... ... Read More

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Reference Points

Lee Duggan's first collection combines meticulous observation of natural and urban spaces with political and metaphysical speculation; it pitches adroitly playful experiments with the stuff of language against unvarnished chronicles... ... Read More

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  Lyndon Davies’ fourth collection takes a high-dive into the vast but weirdly personal and particular mysteries of place and belonging. Shifting through forms, registers and perspectives, part journal, part improvisation, part hallucination, Bridge 116 explores a vision... ... Read More

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Suze de Lee


Soemps wears its hearts and voices on its richly embroidered sleeves. Hypnotically accumulative, drifting through memory, emotion and fantasy, it's a colloquy and play-poem celebrating the singularities and multiplicities of the self; the shifts and constancies, distances and sudden... ... Read More

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Anthony Mellors

Confessional Sonnets

"What are these sonnets anyway but moths / without candles or crow's pickings from which / allusions to yellow archangel stem / already over-determined but may / be deployed as ornamental ground-cover" Anthony... ... Read More


David Greenslade


Here street signs, street lettering and street text become poems. No longer reminding, instructing, identifying and informing - signs announce their individual voices. They cheer and mourn, reflect, object, speculate and mythologise. ‘To the shops’ becomes a slip of the tongue,... ... Read More

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Rhys Trimble


"Swansea Automatic is Rhys Trimble's most ambitious work to date, and it confirms his status as the most inventive young poet in Wales".      (John Goodby)  In 1973, Bernadette Mayer and others, including... ... Read More

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Graham Hartill, Phil Maillard, Chris Torrance

Slipping the Leash

  This book selects from the work of three much-published poets, Graham Hartill, Phil Maillard and Chris Torrance, who all moved to Wales in the 1970's.... ... Read More

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