‘Wilkinson’s gift for finding the poetry in football terraces as well as crafting lyrical intrigue demonstrate his range and place as an up-and-coming voice on the UK poetry scene.’ – The Poetry Book Society. Pre-order Way More Than Luck
<h2> </h2><p><br /><strong>Shortlisted for the Forward Prize 2006</strong></p><p>Kate Bingham’s second collection, <em>Quicksand Beach</em>, will please fans of her fiction and of her first book of poems, <em>Cohabitation</em>. She has a beautifully poised...
<p>Intended to be read from beginning to end, <em>Quiver</em> is a book-length poem - a murder-mystery - which explores the nature of creativity.</p><p>Fay Thomas, a poet with writer’s block, becomes a murder suspect after she stumbles over the body of her husband’s former lover, Mara, as she runs...
<div>'Paul Groves is a deft storyteller, genial ironist, and brilliant portraitist. His poems are superb.' William Oxley</div> <div> </div> <div>'Groves´s style is distinctive, owing something to Larkin, not only in its politically incorrect manner and determination to call...