Tim Allen – Under The Cliff Like out now from if p then q

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Tim Allen’s latest book is out now from if p then q.

‘Under The Cliff Like’ is constructed from the ‘Title And First Line Index’ in the 1962 edition of ‘Granger’s Index To Poetry’ (Columbia University Press. U.S.A.) which was found in a junk shop. It was written in 1996. In alphabetical order all entries beginning with ‘Like’ are juxtaposed with the equivalent number of entries beginning with ‘Under’. There are no alterations other than elimination of commas and the capital letter of the juxtaposed line plus the insertion of full stops at the end of each pairing.

196 pages
£8.00 (£5.60 with discount until end September via the link below)

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Antony Rowland – M

The third poetry collection from Antony Rowland, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Poetry at Manchester Metropolitan University, whose work has been compared with poets as disparate as John Ashbery and Ezra Pound. This collection includes the poems that were awarded the Manchester Poetry Prize in 2012.

It will be launched 28th September, Manchester Met Number 70, Oxford Street, Manchester, 6 PM start, with novelist Tony Williams. More details about the launch and the book here.

Free Verse Poetry Book Fair

Free Verse is an all-day bazaar, market, library, meeting place, performance venue, information resource and more. Celebrating the vitality of contemporary poetry in the UK, publishers both large and small, both experimental and traditional, display and sell their work direct to the public. This year’s Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair will take place on
Saturday 30th September 2017 at Conway Hall in London! More details, including a list of publishers attending and readings, here.

 

 

Andrew Taylor: March

Building on his debut collection Radio Mast Horizon (Shearsman Books, 2013) Andrew Taylor takes the reader on a journey through landscapes and places such as the Welsh hills, the West Coast Mainline and the north docks of Liverpool.

Travel is a recurring theme throughout these poems, alongside music and the seasons and the shifts they bring. From having coffee in quiet city-centre cafés to travelling around complete rail networks, Taylor invites the reader into a world that is both personal and universal. Out now on Shearsman.

The book will be launched on 28th September at Five Leaves Bookshop in Nottingham, with readings also by Rory Waterman and Kathryn Daskiewicz. Details of that here.

Datableed #8

 Out now, with Brenda Iijima, Beth Hopkins, Catherine Wagner, David Buuck, Aristilde Kirby, James Goodwin, Colin Lee Marshall, Florence Uniacke, Allen Fisher, Black Ponds], Oscar Towe, Victoria Ward, Jonathan Skinner, Patricia Farrell, Angus Sinclair, Jill Khoury, Jennifer MacBain-Stephens, bruno neiva, Kathrine Sowerby, Sean Bonney, Lucia Sellars, Ethereal], Sarah Cave, Geoffrey Gatza, Ellen Dillon, hiromi suzuki, Will Maclean, Florence Lenaers, Robert Kiely, Rebecca Close, William Fuller, Tessa Berring, Carol Dalton, cris cheek, Saskia McCracken, Keith Tuma, Eleanor Careless & Dominic Hale.