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Lyndon Davies: Resemblance

Resemblance contains a selection of prose-pieces written over twenty years or so, some being published here for the first time. Most are about literature, but some are about much more than literature, using certain texts or themes as touchstones and jumping off points for free-wheeling thought experiments.... ... Read More

‘Poems for the Dance’ by Scott Thurston

  Containing an essay, and poems, occasioned by the author’s engagement with Five Rhythms and other improvised dance... ... Read More

‘Reference Points’ by Lee Duggan

Lee Duggan's first collection combines meticulous observation of natural and urban spaces with political and metaphysical speculation; it pitches... ... Read More

BRIDGE 116

  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

Suze de Lee

‘Soemps’ by 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... ... Read More

Anthony Mellors

‘Confessional Sonnets’ by Anthony Mellors

"What are these sonnets anyway but moths / without candles or crow's pickings from which / allusions... ... Read More

David Greenslade

SIGNS LIKE THIS

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

Rhys Trimble

‘SWANSEA AUTOMATIC’ by Rhys Trimble

"Swansea Automatic is Rhys Trimble's most ambitious work to date, and it confirms his status as the most inventive... ... Read More

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

Steven Hitchins

the ‘White City’ by Steven Hitchins

  Steven Hitchins' the White City is a participatory sensing expedition that allows readers to explore the... ... Read More

Lyndon Davies

A COLOMBER IN THE HOUSE OF POESY

The Colomber, a mysterious shark-like creature, borrowed from a short story by Dino Buzzati, presides over Lyndon Davies‘ third collection of poetry. The mariners’... ... Read More

About Aquifer

Aquifer Books, based in Powys, publishes collections of poetry with an experimental edge, but also wants to delve into the kinds of writing that writers and artists do in the in-between places, in, for instance, notebooks, diaries, letters, email exchanges, journals and so on. Aquifer also hopes to experiment with new combinations and configurations of work in various genres and media, bringing writers together with practitioners in quite other fields of expertise. Editor: Lyndon Davies PLEASE NOTE: UNSOLICITED MANUSCRIPTS ARE NOT ACCEPTED. WE CANNOT... ... Read More

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