Poetry

Collected Poems 1909-1962

T. S. Eliot

Format: Paperback

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Meticulously revised edition of key Eliot volume, presented for the very first time.

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When My Brother Was an Aztec

Natalie Diaz

Format: Paperback

NZD $27.99

FROM THE WINNER OF THE 2021 PULITZER PRIZE IN POETRY.

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Lines Off

Hugo Williams

Format: Paperback

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The new poetry collection from Hugo Williams - now in paperback.

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Quiet

Victoria Adukwei Bulley

Format: Paperback

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This Rare Spirit

Julia Copus

Format: Paperback

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The first comprehensive biography of this undervalued writer, who was considered 'far and away the best living woman poet' in her day.

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Garden Physic

Sylvia Legris

Format: Paperback

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Exceptional collection from established Canadian poet writing nature and the politics of the garden and ecology in an utterly new form.

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More Fiya

edited by Kayo Chingonyi

Format: Hard Cover

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A scorching new anthology of Black British poetry, edited by the award-winning acclaimed poet Kayo Chingonyi and following in the footsteps of the 1998 seminal collection The Fire People.

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The Fire People

edited by Lemn Sissay, Lemn Sissay

Format: Hard Cover

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The seminal Black British poetry collection, edited by and featuring a new introduction from the number one bestselling poet and author Lemn Sissay. Now with a scorching new sequel, More Fiya.

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I Wish I Knew

Donna Ashworth

Format: Hard Cover

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Donna Ashworth is the wordsmith behind the social media phenomenon LADIES PASS IT ON, and she has almost 600,000 followers across two platforms, a following that's growing by 10,000 every month. I WISH I KNEW is a very personal collection of poems, for young women in particular who are navigating their bodies, emotions, mental health and growth in this fast-paced world.

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Six Bad Poets

Christopher Reid

Format: Paperback

NZD $22.99

Six Bad Poets is the hilarious farce-in-verse from 2009 Costa Book of the Year winner, Christopher Reid - now in paperback.

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