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Summer With Monika

Hardback, 29/06/2017, £10.00


Paperback, 03/08/2017, £9.99
High on Olympus, Zeus and the assembled deities look down on the world of men, to the city of Troy where a bitter and bloody war has dragged into its tenth year, and a quarrel rages between a legendary warrior and his commander. Greek ships decay, men languish, exhausted, and behind the walls of Troy a desperate people await the next turn of fate.

Lyrical Ballads

Hardback, 24/08/2017, £10.00


Hardback, 24/08/2017, £10.00


Hardback, 24/08/2017, £12.00

Leaves of Grass

Hardback, 24/08/2017, £10.00

Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained

Paperback, 06/11/2008, £8.99
Satan is out for revenge. His rebellion has failed, he has been cast out from heaven and is doomed to spend eternity in hell. Somehow he must find a way to prove his power and wound his enemies. He fixes upon God's beloved new creations, Adam and Eve, as the vehicles of his vengeance.

Poem for Every Day of the Year

Hardback, 07/09/2017, £18.99
An inspiring anthology to keep you company for every day of your life

Gold from the Stone: New and Selected Poems

Paperback, 07/09/2017, £9.99
New work and old favourites from national treasure and one of Britain's most exciting poets, Lemn Sissay

Of All That Ends

Paperback, 27/11/2017, £8.99
The final work of Nobel Prize-winning writer Gunter Grass - a witty and elegiac series of meditations on writing, growing old, and the world. In a striking interplay of poetry, lyric prose and drawings, Grass creates his final, major work of art.


Paperback, 26/09/2017, £9.99

Feynman Challenge

Paperback, 01/10/2017, £9.99


Paperback, 14/09/2017, £10.99

Language of Flowers: Selected by Jane Holloway

Hardback, 07/09/2017, £9.99
The language of flowers is as old as language itself.


Paperback, 26/09/1996, £8.99
Suitable for all students of Greek theatre and literature, this book examines the dramatic elements of plot, character, language and spectacle that combine to produce pity and fear in the audience, and asks why we derive pleasure from this apparently painful process.

Night Sky with Exit Wounds

Paperback, 04/04/2017, £12.00
A Guardian / Daily Telegraph Book of the YearWinner of the 2017 Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Collection An extraordinary debut from a young Vietnamese American, Night Sky with Exit Wounds is a book of poetry unlike any other.

Pillow Thoughts

Paperback, 29/08/2017, £11.99
Make a cup of tea and let yourself feel.

Complete Poems: Muriel Spark

Paperback, 29/10/2015, £14.99
Spark's poems are witty, idiosyncratic and haunting, transforming the familiar into glittering moments of strangeness, revealing the dark - and light - music beneath the mundane.

Spoon River Anthology

Paperback, 08/10/1992, £2.99


Paperback, 15/03/2018, £10.99
'A writer who has had a game-changing influence on his contemporaries.' Guardian 'Armitage is that rare beast: a poet whose work is ambitious, accomplished and complex as well as popular.' Sunday Telegraph 'The best poet of his generation.' Craig Raine, Observer

Complete Verse

Paperback, 08/08/1991, £14.99
Here is the distinctly surreal world of Henry King, who perished through his 'chief defect' of chewing little bits of string; of dishonest Matilda whose dreadful lies led her to death by burning; the hugely enjoyable Bad Child's Book of Beasts - not to mention More Beasts for Worse Children;

Green Hollow

Hardback, 05/04/2018, £12.99
In 1966 a coal slag heap collapsed on a school in south Wales, killing 144 people, most of them children. Perhaps most significantly: what is Aberfan like today? The Green Hollow is a historical story with a deeply urgent contemporary resonance;

Emily Bronte: A Life in 20 Poems

Hardback, 14/05/2018, £12.99
A new life of Wuthering Heights author Emily Bronte told through her poems

Secret Life of Cows

Paperback, 07/06/2018, £8.99
****A Sunday Times bestseller*** ***A Times Book of the Year 2017*** WITH A FOREWORD BY ALAN BENNETT 'A lovely, thoughtful little book about the intelligence of cows.' James Rebanks, author of The Shepherd's Life Cows are as varied as people.


Hardback, 02/10/2018, £22.00
The final collection of poetry from the world's greatest lyricist Leonard Cohen, introduced by his son Adam Cohen

Let Them Eat Chaos

Paperback, 27/09/2016, £9.99
Kate Tempest's long poem Let Them Eat Chaos, takes a hard look at contemporary life as Londoners living on the same street are forced to meet and connect.

Noise of a Fly

Hardback, 07/09/2017, £14.99
Penned with a dexterous wit and a steady nerve, The Noise of a Fly is a mesmeric imagining of our later years by one of this country's most senior and celebrated writers. 'It is hard to think of many poets who can equal his combination of imaginative ambition, formal resource and range of tone .

Armistice: A Laureate's Choice of Poems of War and Peace

Hardback, 18/10/2018, £12.99
The Armistice of 1918 brought ceasefire to the war on the Western Front, but 'the Great War' would not as hoped be 'the war to end all wars'.

Sylvia Plath Poems Chosen by Carol Ann Duffy

Paperback, 07/03/2019, £9.99
Sylvia Plath was, for both English and American poetry, one of the defining voices of twentieth-century, and one of the most appealing: few other poets have introduced as many new readers to poetry.

Autumn Journal

Paperback, 07/02/2008, £10.99
Written between August and December 1938, Autumn Journal is still considered one of the most valuable and moving testaments of living through the thirties by a young writer.

Last Hedgehog

Hardback, 03/05/2018, £6.99
A special edition illustrated poem from the beloved Pam Ayres to celebrate National Hedgehog Awareness Week.

Taking Mesopotamia

Paperback, 30/03/2014, £9.95
A poet's search for her lost father links the Iraq War to its roots in a WW1 campaign.

Crossing the Water

Paperback, 05/10/2017, £10.99
Contains the poems written during the exceptionally creative period of the last years of Sylvia Plath's life. In this book, readers will recognise some of her most celebrated poems - 'Childless Woman', 'Mirror', 'Insomniac' - while discovering those still overlooked, including her radio play Three Women.

Iron Wolf: Collected Animal Poems Vol 1

Hardback, 03/01/2019, £10.00
The Iron Wolf, the Iron Wolf Stands on the world with jagged fur. The rusty Moon rolls through the sky. The iron river cannot stir. The iron wind leaks out a cry Animals of air, land and sea are brilliantly imagined in this perfect introduction for young readers to the work of Ted Hughes.

What is the Truth?: Collected Animal Poems Vol 2

Hardback, 03/01/2019, £10.00
First published in 1984, this book of prose-linked animal poems won both the Guardian Children's Fiction Award and the Signal Poetry Award. This new, illustated edition remains 'a very beautiful book: God and his son go to visit mankind and ask a few simple questions . . . the poems are pure enchantment' (The School Librarian).

Season Songs

Hardback, 03/01/2019, £10.00
O get your house ready! Expectation keeps you starry. But at which church and on what day? In these poems Ted Hughes invites the reader to try and catch the spring (but she's elusive);

Luckiest Guy Alive

Hardback, 30/10/2018, £14.99
The original punk poet, now a beloved national treasure, this is the outstanding long-awaited collection by the inimitable Bard of Salford, Dr John Cooper Clarke

Sun and Her Flowers

Hardback, 23/10/2018, £14.99
A revised hardcover edition of the #1 New York Times bestseller the sun and her flowers by Rupi Kaur, author the #1 New York Times bestseller milk and honey.

Complete Nonsense and Other Verse

Paperback, 30/08/2006, £14.99
'Nonsense is the breath of my nostrils', wrote Edward Lear (1812-88), and this collection demonstrates the varied ways in which he pursued his philosophy of life. Gently pointing out human follies and the absurdities of the conventional Victorian society in which he lived, Lear's nonsense has enchanted children and adults alike for generations.

Book Of Nonsense

Hardback, 29/10/1992, £12.99
Edward Lear, the 20th child of a London stockbroker, entered the household of Lord Stanley as little more than a servant, but his sense of humour soon made him welcome above stairs and he began to amuse the children with comic drawings and rhymes. This book was first published in 1846.

Thousand Mornings

Paperback, 05/04/2018, £8.99
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver celebrates morning, in a collection published for the first time in the UK, along with selected backlist.

How the Whale Became and Other Tales of the Early World

Paperback, 04/10/2018, £14.99
Ted Hughes wrote a series of stories for children from the early 1960s through until 1995 about how the world, and the creatures in it, came into being. Meet the Polar Bear whose obsession with her snowy white fur is so great that she can only live in a landscape surrounded by her own reflection;

Empty Bottles Full of Stories

Paperback, 01/03/2019, £12.99
A joint poetry collection from the virally popular and bestselling poets r.h. Sin and Robert M. Drake.

Little Boy

Hardback, 04/04/2019, £14.99
Grown Boy came into his own voice and let loose his word-horde pent-up within him. From growing up as an orphan in 1920s New York, to serving in the Navy at the D-Day landings in Normandy, to a vagabond life drinking in Parisian cafes, to befriending America's greatest counter-cultural writers, Little Boy has seen it all.

O Positive

Paperback, 04/04/2019, £10.99
Impertinent owls, an immersive theatre troupe, ancient men from the Great War and idiot balloonists - such characters dramatise our human fancies and foibles, joining the protagonist in scenarios both humorously bizarre and all-too-familiar.
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