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The first new collection of poems in nearly twenty years from German-born poet, essayist and translator - now in paperback.
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A classic television series, The Twilight Zone, sets off a genre-bending experiment in science-fiction, autobiography and all the spaces in-between.
A sequence of intricately patterned verses that capture the lyrical, dream-like intensity of a mind at night.
A rising star of contemporary British poetry reflects on race, culture, memory and identity in his first full-length collection.
Adventurous and illuminating, Matthew Francis's new poetry collection is full of flight, air and possibility.
Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Hardwick and edited by Saskia Hamilton
The illuminating letters of Elizabeth Hardwick and Robert Lowell, including the dramatic breakup of their 21-year marriage and their extraordinary reconciliation.
Leonard Cohen, foreword by Adam Cohen
The New York Times bestselling final collection of poetry from the world's greatest lyricist Leonard Cohen.
Andrew Motion's 1997 ambitious and accessible collection - reissued in Faber Poetry typographic series.
Doves is a powerful and affecting new volume of poems by Lachlan Mackinnon - now in paperback.
Charlotte Mew, edited by Julia Copus
The best of Charlotte Mew's poetry and prose selected by Julia Copus, in the 150th anniversary of Mew's birth.