Viva Loch Lomond!

    By Elvis McGonagall

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    "Viva Loch Lomond!" is the first full length collection of poems published by the stand-up poet, comedian and broadcaster Elvis McGonagall. It features pieces from his hit Edinburgh Fringe Festival shows "One Man and His Doggerel" and "Countrybile" together with a number of greatest hits, B-sides and previously unpublished gems.


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    Translating as 'initiation', kumukanda is the name given to the rites a young boy from the Luvale tribe must pass through before he is considered a man. In this book, the poems explore this passage: between two worlds, ancestral and contemporary; between the living and the dead; between the gulf...

    I Ching

    By David Hinton

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    In a new translation and interpretation of the I Ching, David Hinton strips this ancient Chinese masterwork of the usual apparatus and discovers a deeply poetic and philosophical text. Teasing out an elegant vision of the cosmos as ever-changing yet harmonious, Hinton reveals the seed from which Chinese philosophy, poetry,...

    Without Passport or Apology

    By Ishaq Imruh Bakari

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    Incendium Amoris

    By Steve Ely

    Paperback £7.25

    Green Figs & Blue Jazz

    By Lizzie Fincham

    Paperback £7.85

    Hollow Bone

    By Ian Marriott

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    By Simon Armitage

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    An allegorical tale of grief and lost love, as the narrator is led on a Dantean journey through sorrow to redemption by his vanished beloved.

    New Collected Poems of Marianne Moore

    By Marianne Moore

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    During her lifetime Marianne Moore was that rarest of combinations, a genuine leader in the art of poetry, as well as a bona fide celebrity. She was an instantly recognisable symbol of Brooklyn, New York, appearing on the cover of Life magazine, asked by the Ford Motor Company to christen...

    Selected Poems 1968-2014

    By Paul Muldoon

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    Offers forty-five years of work drawn from twelve individual collections by a poet who began as a prodigy and has gone on to become a virtuoso. The poet is the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the Shakespeare Prize 'for contributions from English-speaking Europe to the European inheritance.

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