• Inspired by the art restorer’s keen eye and by a vivid empathy for people and events, Restorations, is a journey through memory. Suffused with colour, inspired by thoughts of people and places, by artefacts and how the passage of time shifts perspectives and erodes surfaces, these poems are beautifully complex explorations, full of curiosity and the adventure of seeing and listening. Available now.

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  • Abeer Ameer writes of her forebears in her first collection, Inhale/Exile. Dedicated to the “holders of these stories”, the book begins with a poem about a storyteller on a rooftop in Najaf, Iraq, follows tales of courage and survival, and ends with a woman cooking food for neighbours on the anniversary of her son’s death. Available now.

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  • Two poets confident in their own traditions meet in the hinterland between translation and collaboration - Cyril Jones from the disciplines of Welsh cynghanedd, Philip Gross from the restless variety of English verse. Their poems meet in this beautifully illustrated volume with letterpress designs by Valerie Coffin Price. Pre-order now

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Zoe Skoulding
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<h3><strong>Winner of&nbsp;Wales Book of the Year&nbsp;Poetry Award 2020</strong></h3><p><strong>&quot;Skoulding&rsquo;s poems span time and space, giving a depth and complexity that unnerve the senses. Her themes have a rare range, not simply providing a dark view on human greed and destruction...
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In Reality, Jean Portante
Zoë Skoulding (trans.)
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<p>Jean Portante is a lyric poet, and also one who has something to say to an international audience. As a Francophone Luxemburger of Italian descent, his poetry works at the spaces between European cultures and is concerned with themes of identity, politics, language, Europe, the divide between politics and everyday life. This dual language...
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Metropoetica, Zoe Skoulding
Zoe Skoulding
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<p>What does writing poetry have in common with <strong>walking </strong>in the <strong>city</strong>? In <strong>translating poetry</strong>, what lost paths, dark alleys and chance connections are encountered? How do these change the maps by which cities are known and by which new poetries may be...
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The Mirror Trade
Zoe Skoulding
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<p>The title poem of this collection is set in Murano, home to the Venetian glass-making industry. The alchemical processes of mirror-making, its &rsquo;furnaces and transubstantiations, / amalgams of tin and quicksilver&rsquo; become a guiding metaphor for the poet. Cityscapes are haunted by memories both personal and historic....
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The Museum of Disappearing Sounds, Zoe Skoulding
Zoe Skoulding
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<p><strong>&lsquo;By perusing Skoulding&rsquo;s exhibitions, we, her readers, reconnect with a disregarded, integral part of our life&rsquo;s cacophony.&rsquo; &ndash; DURA</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The disappearing sounds of Zoë Skoulding&rsquo;s new collection may be either...
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zen cymru, peter finch
Peter Finch
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<p>&quot;Peter Finch is probably the greatest living performer in poetry that we&#39;ve got&quot;. Chris McCabe.</p><p><em>Zen Cymru</em> is the new collection of poems by that master of modern angst, Peter Finch. Not one for quiet meditations, this voice is: loud, bewildered, satirical, furious, sad,...
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