Books by Publisher: Carcanet Press Ltd

    stack

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    stack is a volume-length minimalist poem which documents minimalist interventions witnessed in the everyday - nurtures the theory that 'less is more'

    Collected Poems

    By Dennis O'Driscoll

    Paperback Save £5.54 = £14.45

    The Collected Poems of Dennis O'Driscoll 1954 - 2012.

    Michael Hamburger Reader

    By Michael Hamburger

    Paperback Save £7.54 = £17.46

    A comprehensive collection of the work of the distinguished translator of all of the most important German-language writers.

    The Tragic Death of Eleanor Marx

    By Tara Bergin

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Tara Bergin's second collection of poems of love and hate inspired by the story of Eleanor Marx's translation of Madame Bovary.

    In These Days of Prohibition

    By Caroline Bird

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    Caroline Bird pretends to lay down her celebrated satiric weaponry, venturing into the badlands of the human psyche to seek out 'simple truth'.

    Zoology

    By Gillian Clarke

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    The long-awaited new collection from the former National Poet of Wales.

    In Search of Dustie-Fute

    By David Kinloch

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    The award-winning Glasgow-born poet explores the ancient myth of the Scottish Orpheus in a humourous new collection.

    Farm by the Shore

    By Thomas A. Clark

    Paperback £8.45

    Thomas A Clark continues his investigations into the landscape and culture of the Scottish highlands and islands.

    Set Thy Love in Order

    By Stephen Romer

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    In Set Thy Love in Order Stephen Romer's poetry is as pressing and urgent as ever. The spirit, still unappeased and peregrine, searches for places of refuge, mostly from itself, and finds them, temporarily, in love, in art and in mourning.

    Little Sublime Comedy

    By John Gallas

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    A funny and clever contemporary retelling of Dante which examines the concept of sin and humanity in the 21st century.

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