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CONTEMPORARY POETRY 
 
 
  • Ursula Le Guin: Walking In Cornwall
  • Sex-Magic-Poetry-Cornwall: A Flood of Poems
  • Peter Redgrove: Here Comes the Flood
  • Brigitte's Blue Heart
  • Claudia Schiffer's Red Shoes
  • By-Blows: Uncollected Poems
  • Blinded By Her Light: The Love-Poetry of Robert Graves
  • Lawrence Durrell: Between Love and Death, Between East and West
  • Love, Culture and Poetry: A Study of Lawrence Durrell
  • Samuel Beckett Goes Into the Silence
  • In the Dim Void: Samuel Beckett's Late Trilogy
  • Arseny Tarkovsky: Life, Life: Selected Poems
  • Lust In America
  • Romance In America
  • Mystical America
  • Sacred America
  • Holy America
  • Spiritual America
  • Magical America
  • Poetic Forms: A Handbook of Stanza-forms from the History of Poetry
  • Gorgeous Little Orpheus
  • Radiance: New Poems

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    Walking In Cornwall


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    by Ursula Le Guin

    A book of poems written during a visit to Cornwall in England by the acclaimed American writer Ursula Le Guin. This new edition is illustrated in colour by contemporary Cornish painters.

    Born in 1929 in Berkeley, California, Ursula Le Guin is the daughter of the writer Theodora Kroeber and anthropologist Alfred Kroeber. She studied at Radcliffe College and Columbia University. Since 1958, Le Guin has lived in Portland, Oregon, with her husband Charles Le Guin, whom she married in Paris in 1953. She has three children, and three grandchildren.
    Ursula Le Guin has written novels, poetry, children’s books, essays and translations. Le Guin’s most well-known works are her Earthsea fantasies, and her science ?ction novels, such as The Left Hand of Darkness, The Dispossessed and Always Coming Home. She also has eleven collections of short stories, six poetry books, and eleven books for children (including the Catwings books). Le Guin’s books have received the National Book Award, ?ve Hugo Awards, ?ve Nebula Awards and the Kafka Award, among many others, and have been ?nalists for the Pulitzer Prize and American Book Award.
     
     

    Bibliography and colour illustrations

    PBK   ISBN 1861711042   £7.99 / $13.99

    PBK   (Revised edition) ISBN 9781861713681    £5.99 / $8.99

    HBK   (Revised edition) ISBN 9781861713919    £14.99 / $22.99
     


    PETER REDGROVE
     

    Sex-Magic-Poetry-Cornwall

    The Poems of Peter Redgrove


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    by Peter Redgrove

    edited with an essay by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    A marvellous collection of poems by one of Britain's best but underrated poets, Peter Redgrove, who died in 2003. This book brings together some of Redgrove's wildest and most passionate works, creating a 'flood' of poetry. Philip Hobsbaum called Redgrove 'the great poet of our time', while Angela Carter said: 'Redgrove's language can light up a page.' Redgrove ranks alongside Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. He is in every way a 'major poet'. Robinson's essay analyzes all of Redgrove's poetic work, including his use of sex magic, natural science, menstruation, psychology, myth, alchemy and feminism.

    This new edition has been completey rewritten, with many new poems added.

    'Robinson's enthusiasm is winning, and his perceptive readings are supported by a very useful bibliography' (Acumen magazine)

    'Sex-Magic-Poetry-Cornwall is a very rich essay... It is like a brightly-lighted box. (Peter Redgrove)

    'This is an excellent selection of poetry and an extensive essay on the themes and theories of this unusual poet by Jeremy Robinson' (Chapman magazine)
     

    PBK   ISBN 9781861712950   188pp    £14.99 / $22.99
     
     

    CORNWALL HONEYMOON

    Kaolin. A white shadow
    Spread across half a county. All the streams
    Flaming white. The soil packed

    Underfoot solid with light. A beach
    With drifts of dead leaves instead of pebbles.
    Flowering fogs and the cold fur of moths.

    (Peter Redgrove, from 'Cornwall Honeymoon')
     
     



    Peter Redgrove

    Here Comes the Flood

    (new edition)


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Poems of honey, wasps and bees; orchards and apples; rivers, seas and tides; storms, rain, weather and clouds; waterworks; labyrinths; amazing perfumes; wet shirts and 'wonder-awakening dresses'; the Cornish landscape (Penzance, Perranporth, Falmouth, Boscastle, the Lizard and Scilly Isles); the sixth sense and 'extra-sensuous perception'; witchcraft; alchemical vessels and laboratories; yoga; menstruation; mines, minerals and stones; sand dunes; mud-baths; mythology; dreaming; vulvas; and lots of sex magic.

    This book looks at poetry (and prose) from every stage of Peter Redgrove's career, and every book. It includes pieces that have only appeared in small presses and magazines, and in uncollected form.

    This new edition has been rewritten completely and includes a new introduction and bibliography.
     llustrated. British Poets Series.
     

    'Peter Redgrove is really an extraordinary poet' (George Szirtes, Quarto magazine)

    'Peter Redgrove is one of the few significant poets now writing...His 'means' are indeed brilliant and delightful. Technically he is a poet essentially of brilliant and unexpected images...he never disappoints' (Kathleen Raine, Temenos magazine).
     
     

    Bibliography, notes, index   230pp    ISBN 9781861712943    £14.99 / $22.99
     
     
     
     



    JEREMY REED
     

    Brigitte's Blue Heart


    ...

    by Jeremy Reed

    New poems from the acclaimed British writer. Jeremy Reed's many poetry books include By the Fisheries (1984), Nero (1985), Selected Poems (1987), Nineties (1990) and Kicks (1995). Reed's books on poets include studies of Rimbaud (Delirium: An Interpretation of Rimbaud), Rilke, Hopkins, Madness: The Price of Poetryand Angels, Divas and Blacklisted Heroes (1999). Reed has translated Novalis and Montale. His novels include The Lipstick Boys (1984), Blue Rock (1987), Isidore (about Lautréamont), When the Whip Comes Down (on the Marquis de Sade), and Chasing Black Rainbows (1994, a fictionalized account of Antonin Artaud). His biographies include Lou Reed and Marc Almond. Reed has won an Eric Gregory Award, the Somerset Maugham Award, and the National Poetry Competition.

    'Reed is a poet of rich and subversive imagery' (The Times)

    'Remarkably talented' (J.G. Ballard)

    'The most beautiful gorgeous outrageously brilliant poetry in the universe' (Björk)
     
     
     

    British Poets Series   60 pages  2nd edition   ISBN 1-86171-177-8    £7.99 / $11.99
     
     
     

    BLUE REMAINS

    The dress over her head. It's 2 a.m.
    on a day that doesn’t exist,
    intercalendric time, I do my nails
    as poets should, a scarlet gloss,
    and celebrate the unreality
    of having kicked the body clock.
    You stand in your bra and panties
    indefinitely.

    (Jeremy Reed, from 'Blue Remains')

             To read more of Jeremy Reed's poetry, click here
     
     



     

    Claudia Schiffer's Red Shoes


    ...

    by Jeremy Reed

    Sex, jazz, glam icons, green crochet bikinis, Gossard wonderbras, white nights and blueblack seas - the usual colourful, sensual Jeremy Reed imagery in this brand new collection. Jeremy Reed's many poetry books include By the Fisheries (1984), Nero (1985), Selected Poems (1987), Nineties (1990) and Kicks (1995). Reed's books on poets include studies of Rimbaud (Delirium: An Interpretation of Rimbaud), Rilke, Hopkins, Madness: The Price of Poetryand Angels, Divas and Blacklisted Heroes (1999). Reed has translated Novalis and Montale. His novels include The Lipstick Boys (1984), Blue Rock (1987), Isidore (about Lautréamont), When the Whip Comes Down (on the Marquis de Sade), and Chasing Black Rainbows (1994, a fictionalized account of Antonin Artaud). His biographies include Lou Reed and Marc Almond. Reed has won an Eric Gregory Award, the Somerset Maugham Award, and the National Poetry Competition. 'Remarkably talented' (J.G. Ballard)
     

    'Reed proclaims his poet's calling through fine writing and lush imagery' (The Independent on Sunday)

    'One of the most original virtuoso voices to be heard in the poetry of our fin de siecle' (Lawrence Ferlingetti)

    British Poets Series   60 pages  2nd edition   ISBN 1-86171-149-2    £7.99 / $11.99
     
     
     
    MONKSHOOD

    Suitably darker tones than indigo,
    a thunder sky reflected in a lake
    roofed over by dense trees. Our high ladder
    lost legs after you went too far
    and dropped the glass word we had kept
    hidden for future retrieval.

    (Jeremy Reed, from 'Monkshood')


     
     

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    D.J. ENRIGHT
     

    By-Blows: Uncollected Poems


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    by D.J. Enright

    New poems from the British author of numerous books. His recent poetry volumes include Under the Circumstances (Oxford University Press, 1991) and Old Men and Comets (OUP, 1993). His memoirs, Interplay and Play Resumed, appeared in 1995 and 1999. He received the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry in 1981. Of Enright's 1987 Collected Poems (OUP) Gavin Ewart wrote in The Observer: 'Anybody at all interested in English poetry should read this book. It has in it the best autobiographic sequence written this century... It also contains... some of the wittiest and wryest comment on the modern world to be written in our time'
     

    British Poets Series  64pp  ISBN 1861711506    £7.99 / $11.99

     
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    ROBERT GRAVES

     
     

    Blinded By Her Light

    The Love-Poetry of Robert Graves


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    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Robert Graves (1895-1985), is one of Britain's best love-poets, though he was first known as a war poet and author of Goodbye to All That and later the I, Claudius novels. This book focuses on his highly individual love-poetry, which is marked by lucidity, passion and freshness. The author relates the poetry to the central Gravesian concerns of the White Goddess; the magical landscapes; the role of the true, dedicated poet; the concept of Muse-poetry; his relations with Laura Riding; the Single Poetic Theme of the Goddess and Her consort, the dying god; and the mythological surveys, in particular The White Goddess and The Greek Myths. Throughout the book Graves is set alongside the erotic poetry traditions of ancient Greece and Rome, Sufism, courtly love, Elizabethan and Romantic poetry. His poetic oeuvre is compared with Petrarch's Rime Sparse and Shakespeare's Sonnets, as well as the English poetic tradition: Skelton, Donne, Keats, Hardy, Eliot and Yeats. The author also discusses Graves' associations with symbolism, witchcraft, mythology, folklore and psychology. All the major poems are featured in this important contribution to Graves studies. This is the only study of the whole of Graves' late love-poetry available.

    Jeremy Mark Robinson's books include Glorification: Religious Abstraction in Renaissance and 20th Century Art (1990), Arthur Rimbaud (1992), Lawrence Durrell (1995) and Detonation Britain: Nuclear War in the UK (1997). He edits two magazines, Passion and Pagan America (a journal of American poetry).
     
     

    Bibliography, notes  161pp  ISBN 1-871846-11-0  £14.99 / $22.99
     


    LAWRENCE DURRELL


    Lawrence Durrell

    Between Love and Death, East and West, Sex and Metaphysics

    (new edition)


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    A new critical survey of the novelist Lawrence Durrell  (1912-1990). The author studies in detail all of Durrell's work; the late series of novels The Avignon Quintet, the Tunc and Nunquamnovels, the travel books, the Antrobus diplomatic sketches, the letters, the poetry, and the books that made Durrell's name in the late 1950s, The Alexandria Quartet. Robinson discusses Durrell's creative friendships with Henry Miller especially, and also Anais Nin, Richard Aldington and others. The inter-related themes of love, art and death form the core of all Durrell's work. Durrell emerges as a major writer, who developed the literary modernism of Proust, Eliot and Joyce and fused it with Oriental philosophy. Still critically neglected, this study offers a much-needed new appraisal of Durrell.

    Jeremy Mark Robinson's books include Glorification: Religious Abstraction in Renaissance and 20th Century Art (1990), Arthur Rimbaud (1992), Lawrence Durrell (1995) and Detonation Britain: Nuclear War in the UK (1997). He edits two magazines, Passion and Pagan America (a journal of American poetry).
     
     

    Bibliography, notes  290pp  ISBN 1-86171-066-6    £14.99 / $22.99
     
     

    For an extract from this book about Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller, click here

    Alexendria Revisited: Durrell, Cavafy, Keeley and Others

    D.H. Lawrence and Lawrence Durrell
     



     
     

    Love, Culture and Poetry

    A Study of Lawrence Durrell


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    An expanded version of the essay that appeared in the recent collection of essays on Durrell's art, published by UMI Research Press, Michigan. Focuses on Tunc and Nunquam, and Durrell's exotic fusion of psychology and Gnosticism, culture and architecture, humour and insight, anecdote and poeticizing.
     
     

    20pp  ISBN 1-871846-60-9  £3.99 / $6.00
     


    SAMUEL BECKETT
     
     

    Samuel Beckett Goes Into the Silence


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Samuel Beckett's art is much debated in critical circles: this book sets out to discover why. Beckett's sense of poetry and language and its relation to creativity and culture is central to his art. All the major fiction and plays are studied, including the Unnamable trilogy, Waiting For Godot, Endgame, How It Is, the short prose pieces of the 1960s and 70s, and the late plays and texts. Other chapters discuss the collaboration with Billie Whitelaw; Beckett's æsthetics of theatre; his relation to philosophers such as Sartre and Heidegger; and his use of silence.
     
     

    Bibliography, notes  121pp  ISBN 1-871846-41-2  £14.99 / $22.99
     


    In the Dim Void

    Samuel Beckett's Late Trilogy:

    Company, Ill Seen, Ill Said and Worstward Ho


    ....

    by Gregory Johns

    This book discusses the luminous beauty and dense, rigorous poetry of Samuel Beckett's late works, Company, Ill Seen, Ill Said and Worstward Ho. Johns looks back over Beckett's long writing career, charting the development from the Molloy-Malone Dies-Unnamable trilogy through the 'fizzles' of the 1960s to the elegiac lyricism of the Company series. Johns compares the trilogy with late plays such as Ghosts, Footfalls and Rockaby.

    Gregory Johns taught English at the University of Iowa until his return to England in 1987. His articles have appeared in many leading journals. His books include critical studies of Thomas Pynchon, Raymond Carver and Paul Verlaine. He lives in Cornwall.

    A new edition, including a new introduction and a new bibliography.
     

    Bibliography, notes.   132pp

    PAPERBACK   ISBN 9781861712974 and ISBN 1861712356    £10.00 / $16.00

    HARDBACK   ISBN 9781861712608    £30.00 / $45.00
     
     
     



    ARSENY TARKOVSKY
     
     

    Arseny Tarkovsky

    Life, Life: Selected Poems


    ...

    translated and edited by Virginia Rounding

    Arseny Tarkovsky is the neglected Russian poet, father of the acclaimed film director Andrei Tarkovsky. This new book gathers together many of Tarkovsky's most lyrical and heartfelt poems, in Rounding's clear, new translations. Many of Tarkovsky's poems appeared in his son's films, such as Mirror, Stalker, Nostalghia and The Sacrifice. There is an introduction by Rounding, and a bibliography of both Arseny and Andrei Tarkovsky.

    Arseny Aleksandrovich Tarkovsky was was born in June 1907 in Elizavetgrad, later named Kirovograd. He studied at the Academy of Literature in Moscow from 1925 to 1929, and also worked in the editorial office of the journal Gudok. He was well respected as a translator, especially of the Oriental classics, but was little known as a poet for most of his life, being unable to get any of his own work published during the Stalinist era. His poems did not begin to appear in book form until he was over fifty. His son, the film director Andrei Tarkovsky, made extensive use of his father's in some of his films, and certain of his diary entries indicate the esteem in which the poet was held in the Soviet Union towards the end of his life. An entry written after Andrei had given a talk at the Moscow Physical Institute in 1980, for instance, reproduces the following note from a member of the audience: 'An enormous number of people in this hall admire Arseny Aleksandrovich Tarkovsky as a great Russian poet. Please convey our respects to him.' One of the few recorded public appearances of Arseny Tarkovsky was at the funeral of Anna Akhmatova; he was one of three writers deputed to accompany her coffin from Domodedovo to Leningrad, and he read both at her funeral in Komarovo and at the first evening held in her memory in Moscow. He died in 1989 and is now beginning to be recognised as one of the many significant Russian poets of the twentieth century.

    Bibliography, illustations (including from Andrei Tarkovsky's films), and notes    110pp

    PAPERBACK   ISBN 1-86171-114-X    £9.99 / $17.99

    HARDBACK   ISBN 9781861712660    £24.99 / $36.99
     
     
     

    FIRST MEETINGS

    We celebrated every moment
    Of our meetings as epiphanies,
    Just we two in all the world.
    Bolder, lighter than a bird’s wing,
    You hurtled like vertigo
    Down the stairs, leading
    Through moist lilac to your realm
    Beyond the mirror.

    (Arseny Tarkovsky, from 'First Meetings')
     
     

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    PAGAN AMERICA

    NEW EDITIONS OF NEW POETRY FROM AMERICA

    Lust In America

    An Anthology of Women's Love Poetry From America


    ...

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 1861712154 / 9781861712158     £7.99 / $11.99


    Romance In America

    An Anthology of Women's Love Poetry From America


    ...

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 1861712162 / 9781861712165     £7.99 / $11.99
     
     



     

    Mystical America

    An Anthology of New American Poetry


    ...

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 1861712138 / 9781861712134     £7.99 / $11.99
     


    Sacred America

    An Anthology of New American Poetry


    ..

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 1861712146 / 9781861712141     £7.99 / $11.99
     


    Holy America

    An Anthology of New American Poetry


    ...

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 186171212X / 9781861712127     £7.99 / $11.99


    Spiritual America

    An Anthology of New American Poetry


    ...

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 1861712170 / 9781861712172     £7.99 / $11.99




     

    Magical America

    An Anthology of New American Poetry


    ...

    edited by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    Passionate poetry from North America and Canada. The poetry is passionate, erotic, spiritual, irreverent, humorous, manic and always entertaining. There are many surprises in these anthologies,
     
     

    80pp   ISBN 1861712189 / 9781861712189     £7.99 / $11.99
     



     

    JEREMY MARK ROBINSON
     

    Gorgeous Little Orpheus


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    A new collection of poetry.

    'Robinson’s poetry is certainly jammed with ideas, and I find it very interesting for that reason’ (Colin Wilson)
     
     

    75pp  ISBN 1-871846-08-0  £5.99 / $9.00
     



     

    Radiance: New Poems


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    'Radiance has a spectacularly clear originality of being’  (David Castleman, Dusty Dog Reviews)
     

    56pp  ISBN 1-871846-46-3  £5.99 / $9.00


    Poetic Forms

    A Handbook of Stanza-forms from the History of Poetry


    ...

    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    A guide to traditional forms of verse, such as the sonnet, ode, elegy and quatrain, as well as some lesser known poetic forms used in mediæval and Renaissance Europe, as found in Petrarch, Sceve, Tasso, Dante and the troubadours (eg the canso and dizain).
     
     

    Bibliography  30pp  ISBN 1-871846-75-7  £3.99 / $6.00
     


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  • Ursula Le Guin: Walking In Cornwall
  • Sex-Magic-Poetry-Cornwall: A Flood of Poems
  • Peter Redgrove: Here Comes the Flood
  • Brigitte's Blue Heart
  • Claudia Schiffer's Red Shoes
  • By-Blows: Uncollected Poems
  • Blinded By Her Light: The Love-Poetry of Robert Graves
  • Lawrence Durrell: Between Love and Death, Between East and West
  • Love, Culture and Poetry: A Study of Lawrence Durrell
  • Samuel Beckett Goes Into the Silence
  • In the Dim Void: Samuel Beckett's Late Trilogy
  • Arseny Tarkovsky: Life, Life: Selected Poems
  • Lust In America
  • Romance In America
  • Mystical America
  • Sacred America
  • Holy America
  • Spiritual America
  • Poetic Forms: A Handbook of Stanza-forms from the History of Poetry
  • Gorgeous Little Orpheus
  • Radiance: New Poems
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