Renowned poet Hilary Llewellyn-Williams returns to poetry with The Little Hours: New and Selected Poetry. Bringing together acclaimed work from her earliest collections such as The Tree Calendar, and brand new poems, this volume shows the breadth and talent of a writer whose eye for vivid imagery and startling detail has always astounded readers. Available now.
Peter Finch’s remarkable career spans over fifty years. He has been taking poetry to places it didn’t know it wanted to go from the beginning; blending the avant-garde, concrete, visual, sound, performance and more conventional forms to create something unique. His two-volume Collected Poems cement his reputation as one of Britain’s leading poets. Buy as a set for £30.00. Available now.
Sanctuary is – urgent. The pandemic has made people crave it; political crises are denying it to millions; the earth is no longer our haven. Even our minds & bodies are not refuges we can rely on. Angela Graham & five other poets from Wales & Northern Ireland explore Sanctuary from the inside, asking how we can save the earth, ourselves and others? Available now.
<p><em>Drawing Down the Moon</em> is an anthology of work from Welsh writers in 1996. Inevitably the reader will identify glaring omissions and infuriating choices here. Where are the young writers? Is there enough political writing? Has the urban muse been given its due? Such is the deliciously contentious nature of the annual...
<p>An entertaining and wide-ranging selection from forty years of one of Britain’s foremost poetry magazines.</p><p>Forty years and 154 issues have helped <em>Poetry Wales</em> become one of the bedrock magazines for new poetry in Britain. Despite its name, <em>PW</em> is an internationalist...
<p><em>Teaching a Chicken to Swim</em> celebrates the work of nineteen graduates of the Masters in Writing course at the University of Glamorgan, among them Maria McCann, Richard John Evans, Pamela Johnson and Dan Rhodes.<br /><br />"The University of Glamorgan is immensely proud of its Masters in...
<p><strong>‘A glittering bilingual anthology.’ – George Szirtes</strong></p><p><strong>‘<em>The Other Tiger</em> serves as a window on what is, to many readers, still another world. It is a great and generous gift, a legacy that will endure.’ &...