THE CHEERING RAIN
Kate Adams (2012)
In The Cheering Rain, Kate Adams draws on her experience of working with refugees to create a patchwork of stories. Trapped and frustrated by faceless institutions and unfathomable systems, her voice is joined by the characters she has known.
Nancy Charley (2012)
“This Woman, is an extended praise poem… I traced the rocks, the veins of wounds and rush of streams with my fingertips. I heard her deep calls and followed her flights. Each poem, an epiphany; the collection, extraordinary.”
REQUIEM AUF EINER STELE
Federico Federici (2009)
Federici deciphers the languages, modern and ancient, of the eroded and stained surface of a stele lying on a river bed. A masterful poetic work of history, philosophy and physics.
Luigi Marchini (2009)
Marchini’s first solo collection of poetry dissects the world he sees around him, breaking it down into its constituent parts and rebuilding with a dark but tender and willful vision.
JOSHU HOLDS A PRESS CONFERENCE
MV Montgomery (2010)
Joshu Holds a Press Conference takes the reader on an epoch-hopping quest for knowledge. Combining urbane wit and an infectious enthusiasm for discovery, these poems abandon the familiar caricatures of history for starkly human faces.
David Nettleingham & Christopher Hobday (2009)
Written over the course of a year Adage Adagio is an ongoing dialogue between two poets, drawing on varied personal and social histories to create a socially critical and philosophical sequence of poetry.
JUSTICE FOR ALL
Alex Stolis (2014)
Justice for All exposes a world in which the voices of the abandoned bear witness to society’s failure. In poems that explore lives and deaths defined by violence, Alex Stolis tries to find the people behind the locked doors and last words of modern crime and punishment.