Books by Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Ltd


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    Third anthology from the Complete Works project showcasing the work of ten exciting British poets from diverse backgrounds.

    So Glad I\'m Me

    By Roddy Lumsden

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    Tenth collection by one of Britain's leading poets.

    Narrative Poem

    By Yang Lian

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    Yang Lian's most personal work to date draw ins on family photographs from the 1950s through to the 1970s when he was sent to be "re-educated through labour", digging graves in rural China.

    All the Prayers in the House

    By Miriam Nash

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    First collection of poems drawing on a childhood spent on the Hebridean island of Erraid along with the rupture and re-imagining of a family. Runner-up for the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2016.

    All Fours

    By Nia Davies

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    Debut collection by editor of Poetry Wales, a book of rituals that stalk the space between what is uttered and what is meant, haunted by the the longest words in the world and folk-mythic figures.

    Bright Acoustic

    By Philip Gross

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    Latest collection by winner of the T.S. Eliot Prize: poems contemplating space and sound, language and the world, the self and its environmental relationships.


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    Playful and poignant first collection by a young poet already known for several pamphlets: poems of love and death, life, loss and grief in which mortality is confronted by the ephemera of popular culture.

    Splash Like Jesus

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    Three contrasting but complementary, familial poem sequences by the TS Eliot Prize-shortlisted poet: Buttercup the Sloth, about mothers; Lobo-Lobo, about sisters; and Behold My Father on His Bicycle, about exactly that.

    Will You Walk a Little Faster?

    By Penelope Shuttle

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    Published on her 70th birthday, Shuttle's latest collection explores cities London, Bristol on foot and via inward exploration, drawing on architecture, history and personal memory.

    Inside the Wave

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