Hilary Llewellyn-Williams
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<p><em>Animaculture</em> by Hilary Llewellyn-Williams followed her acclaimed <em>Book of Shadows</em> (1990). Her style is intensely lyrical and imaginative but also finely controlled and tempered by a keen intelligence. This collection includes shorter lyrics as well as two fine sequences.</p><p>There are...
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Berg, Hilary Menos
Hilary Menos
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<p><strong>Winner of the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2010.</strong><br /><br />In this first collection from Hilary Menos, icebergs floating down the Thames jostle with transvestites in Singapore, aliens wading the Hudson River and the lively crew from the local slaughterhouse. We go shopping with Ingomar...
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<p>In her fourth collection of poetry, Hilary Llewellyn-Williams revisits many of her favorite themes and subjects. These lyric poems explore the natural world, the environment, and the condition of women. Llewellyn-Williams also addresses a shadowy semi-pagan interface between nature and spirituality, in which the natural world is not just...
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Siobhán Campbell
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<p><strong>&lsquo;Profoundly challenging and entertaining&rsquo; &ndash; WriteOutLoud</strong></p><p>There is a beautiful ruthlessness to the poetry of Siobhán Campbell. Her new collection, <em>Heat Signature</em>, from Seren, is composed in her characteristically spikey voice: infused with an...
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Heavens Gate, Tony Curtis
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<p>Heaven&rsquo;s Gate is the eighth collection for Seren by one of Wales&rsquo; best poets. Formally astute, subtle and persuasive in tone, evincing enviable clarity and insight, these poems address subject matter as diverse as forest fires in California, an eclipse recalled from childhood, and a World War One battlefield. Most...
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Robert Minhinnick
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<p><em>Hey Fatman</em> by Robert Minhinnick is full of the rich, sometimes strange, always telling, detail that we have come to expect from one of Britain&rsquo;s most compelling poets. The book opens with poems set in and around his home country of south Wales, and includes a sequence based on the history of an ancestral...
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Anne-Marie Fyfe
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<p>&nbsp;Anne-Marie Fyfe&rsquo;s poems have long dwelt on the role that the spaces we inhabit, the places in which we find security, play in our lives: <em>House of Small Absences</em> is an observation window into strange, unsettling spaces&mdash;a deserted stage-set, our own personalised &lsquo;museum&rsquo...
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Vuyelwa Carlin
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<p>The poems in Vuyelwa Carlin&rsquo;s <em>How We Dream of the Dead</em> show the richness of diction and the piercing intensity of image that we have come to expect from this distinctive writer. The book opens with the long &#39;To You a Son, Wordless and Fair&#39; that chronicles the loving and sometimes stormy...
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Hilary Llewellyn-Willians
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<p><em>Hummadruz</em> brings together Hilary Llewellyn-Williams&rsquo;s first two collections, the long-absent <em>The Tree Calendar</em> (1987) and <em>Book of Shadows</em> (1990). The former includes her reputation-making title sequence of poems reflecting on the Celtic calendar, in which each month...
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Red Devon, Hilary Menos
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<p><strong>&lsquo;Her poems bring as powerful a sense of farm, animal and land as the best work of Ted Hughes.&rsquo; &ndash; PN Review</strong></p><p><strong>&lsquo;</strong><strong>Robust, relevant, witty, technically adept writing.&rsquo; &ndash; Artemis Poetry</strong...
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