Houseman, A E
Keith Jebb
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<p>The poetry of A.E. Housman is being redisovered. His volume <em>A Shropshire Lad</em> led him to be considered the finest poet in England. Housman&rsquo;s work, popular, accessible, pessimistic, fell from favour in the post-war period but as his times are reassessed there is a growing interest in his authentic voice.<br...
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Karen Fielding
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<p><strong>Gold Medal Winner: Best Regional Fiction, Independent Publisher Award 2015</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The lives of congenial American fly-fisherman Billy and his younger sister Alice meander alongside the Susquehanna River in this offbeat coming-of-age novel of death, madness, and fishing...
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Behind the Canvas, kevin sinnott
Kevin Sinnott
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<p>Kevin Sinnott is one of the most popular artists in Britain: his figures in landscape and images of human relationships are widely sought-after by collectors and museums. This unusual book celebrates his sixtieth birthday &ndash; unusual in that it is written by the artist himself. Part autobiography, part exploration of his art, it...
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Bilbao-New York-Bilbao, Kirmen Uribe
Kirmen Uribe
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<p>Translated by Elizabeth Macklin.<br /><br />The day he knew he was going to die, Liborio Uribe took his young daughter in law to the Museum of Fine Arts to show her a picture. Liborio had spent his entire life at sea, like his son José, living out unforgettable adventures which would later fade into obscurity. Years after,...
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cohabitation,kate bingham
Kate Bingham
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<div><p><strong>&lsquo;Kate Bingham has a natural, conversational line that perfectly accommodates an original and truthful new voice. Her first collection is a full-bodied response to life&rsquo;s pleasure and pain.&rsquo; &ndash; Hugo Williams</strong></p><p><strong>&lsquo;Her direct...
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God Loves You, Kathryn Maris
Kathryn Maris
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<p><br />&#39;There&#39;s a delicious sense of both open-mindedness and devilry in Maris&#39;s work. Her company is quirky, stimulating and sparklingly intelligent. You could say she&#39;s like Sylvia Plath with added chutzpah. But, really, Kathryn Maris is like no-one but herself.&#39; <strong>&ndash;...
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gods,kate johnson
Kate Johnson
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<p><em>Gods</em> is a first collection of spare, resonant poems by a new young poet. Their language is precise, their images delicate and inventive. Many of the poems explore the richness and ambiguity of a woman&rsquo;s life, others portray rural Wales in a vivid and refreshingly direct manner.</p>
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Karen Ingham
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<p>Margam Park was the ancestral home of the Fox Talbots, of whom Henry was a pioneering photographer. Some of the earliest photographic images were made there. Steel made Margam Park, whose gothic mansion looks down on the town of Margam and the works formerly owned by the Fox Talbots. Today, it is Margam Country Park, owned by the local...
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Kate Bingham
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<p>Perceptive, persuasive and intricately made, the poems of Kate Bingham&rsquo;s third collection, <em>Infragreen</em>, take the reader on a startling and unfamiliar journey through everyday experiences and phenomena. Her keen eye, reflectiveness and quiet wit endow her subjects with a shimmering freshness.<br /><br...
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The Van Pool
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<p>Keidrych Rhys was one of the most influential writers in Wales in the 40s and 50s, the result of his own practice as a poet, his editorship of Wales magazine, his taste for controversial polemic and his compiling of influential poetry anthologies for Faber. Dylan Thomas, Glyn Jones, Vernon Watkins, Emyr Humphreys, Alun Lewis, RS Thomas...
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Ken Elias: Thin Partitions
Ceri Thomas
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<p>Ken Elias is one of the leading artists living and working in South Wales. Over the last forty years, he has produced an impressive body of acrylic paintings on canvas and paper, as well as photomontage and mixed media works. Born in Glynneath towards the end of the Second World War, he represents a new generation of artists, of working-...
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Kerry's Children, Ellen Davis
Ellen Davis
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<p>Ellen Davis was born in 1929 in the small German village of Hoof. Her Jewish family had lived there since 1760 but its peaceful existence was shattered when Hitler came to power and German Jews were persecuted.</p><p>Ellen&rsquo;s autobiography tells the harrowing story of her childhood struggle to protect her younger...
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kink and particle, tiffany atkinson
Tiffany Atkinson
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<p>The poems of Tiffany Atkinson&rsquo;s debut collection, <em>Kink and Particle</em>, offer us multiple perspectives, including those of a woman on the brink of 30. This crucial birthday is a milestone from which the speaker looks back to childhood experiences, to the more indulgent pleasures of the 20s and then onwards to a...
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Love and Fallout, Kathryn Simmonds
Kathryn Simmonds
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<p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>&lsquo;A blast from the past&hellip;beautifully told&rsquo; &ndash; Maureen Lipman<br /><br />&lsquo;This is a five star read &ndash; one to take to bed at night and enjoy until the small hours&hellip; Kathryn Simmonds&rsquo...
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Paradise Park, Karen Ingham
Karen Ingham
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<p>Karen Ingham has overseen a photographic survey of Townhill by seven professional photographers and the people of the estate themselves. Striking images of a place and its people leap from the pages of this beautifully produced book. The variety of styles is enormous, from the colourful and painterly to the grittily documentary monochrome...
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Playing House, Katherine Stansfield
Katherine Stansfield
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<em>Playing House</em> is the debut collection of poetry from Katherine Stansfield. A concise wit, a distinct voice and an unsettling view of the domestic characterise these poems whose subjects are the ordinary as viewed through the author&rsquo;s satirical yet sympathetic eye. John Lennon&rsquo;s tooth, an imaginary &...
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quicksand beach, kate bingham
Kate Bingham
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<h2>&nbsp;</h2><p><br /><strong>Shortlisted for the Forward Prize 2006</strong></p><p>Kate Bingham&rsquo;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...
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<p><em>Redesigning Democracy</em> weaves together two important political stories. The first charts the long and often divisive campaign for a Welsh Assembly. The second tells the previously untold story of the devolution battle inside the Labour Party, from the ignominy of the 1979 referendum to the forced resignation of Alun...
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Sunday at the Skin Launderette
Kathryn Simmonds
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<p>Quietly persuasive and formally adept, the poems in Kathryn Simmonds&#39; first collection engage with both the quotidian and the transcendental. Often in urban or suburban settings, her protagonists struggle with mundane tasks such as cooking or commuting or office work - all of the obstacles of modernity - and then, by some shift of...
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Kate Roberts
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<p>Tea in the Heather is Kate Roberts&rsquo;s classic tale of family and community in the hill-farms and slate quarries of Gwynedd. Beautifully realised, never idealised, it follows the life of Begw Gruffydd, the little girl who grows from the age of four to nine in the book.<br /><br />With her eye for detail and her ear for...
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Kim Moore
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<p><strong>&lsquo;These poems are moving and magnificent. Kim Moore deserves a wide audience.&rsquo; &ndash; The Daily Mail</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Kim Moore, in her lively debut poetry collection, <em>The Art of Falling</em>, sets out her stall in the opening poems, firmly...
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the awakening, kate roberts
Kate Roberts
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<h2>&nbsp;</h2><p><br />A new translation of <em>The Awakening</em>, a classic novel by Kate Roberts, the major author of twentieth century Welsh literature.</p><p>The happy family life of Lora Ffennig is shattered when her husband abruptly and unexpectedly leaves her for a colleague. The world...
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The Mind-Body Problem, Katha Pollitt
Katha Pollitt
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<p><em>&quot;... a careful and skillful poet...&quot;</em> <strong>- Wales Arts Review</strong><br /><br /><em>&quot;Pollit has given us a satisfying collection.&quot; </em><strong><em>- Planet</em> Magazine</strong><br />&nbsp;</p><p...
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The Never-Never
Kathryn Gray
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<p><em>The Never-Never</em> is the dazzling debut collection of poetry by one of the UK&rsquo;s most distinctive new voices. From joyriders in the rain-lashed back streets and housing estates of Wales, to London, California and beyond, Kathryn Gray gives us compelling tales of love and loss, of friendship, exile and the...
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