Books by Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Ltd

    Too Black, Too Strong

    By Benjamin Zephaniah

    Paperback Save £1.52 = £8.43

    Addresses the problems of Black Britain. This work includes poems written, while the author was working with Michael Mansfield QC on the Stephen Lawrence case and other high profile political trails. It is hard hitting and blackly funny.

    Bloodaxe Book of 20th Century Poetry

    Paperback Save £2.34 = £9.66

    Strong Words

    By Matthew Hollis

    Paperback Save £2.34 = £9.66

    The Laurelude, The

    By W. N. Herbert

    Paperback £7.83

    Bill Herbert''s book is in three sections. The Laurelude is a blank verse myth about Stan Laurel; Othermoor depicts a Cubist version of the north and The Madmen of Elgin squashes both Lost Boys and Solitary Reapers into Middle Scots verse.'

    Carnegie Hall with Tin Walls

    By Fred Voss

    Paperback £7.83

    Middle Passages

    By Edward Brathwaite

    Paperback Save £0.32 = £6.63

    Blood Wedding

    By Federico Garcia Lorca

    Paperback Save £0.32 = £6.63

    Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca is a classic of Spanish literature, the tragedy of a woman loved by two men. Lorca has a searing realization of the power of desire. Brendan Kennelly rises to the challenge of how to convey this in an English translation, in language at once...

    Cabaret McGonagall

    By W. N. Herbert

    Paperback £7.23

    Shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Collection

    Notebook of a Return to My Native Land

    By Aime Cesaire

    Paperback Save £1.52 = £8.43

    French-English bilingual edition. Andre Breton called Cesaire's Cahier 'nothing less than the greatest lyrical monument of this time'. It is a seminal text in Surrealist, French and Black literatures - published in full in English for the first time in Bloodaxe's bilingual Contemporary French Poets series. Aime Cesaire 1913-2008 was...

    Writing Poems

    By Peter Sansom

    Paperback Save £1.52 = £8.43

    Drawing on his extensive experience of poetry workshops and courses, Peter Sansom shows would-be poets how to write better, how to write authentically, and how to say genuinely what is to be said. He illustrates his book with many useful examples, covering the areas of writing techniques and procedures and...

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