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By Sastry, Tom
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Edited by Clark, Urszula; Davidson, Jonathan
Spake is a love letter to West Midlands voice and a challenge the preconceptions and prejudices that abound about dialect and non-standard English.
By Saphra, Jacqueline
Jacqueline Saphra will follow her critically acclaimed, T. S. Eliot Prize shortlisted All My Mad Mothers (2017) with Dad, Remember You Are Dead, a sister volume to her previous collection, taking on the canon in an examination of fatherhood and daughterhood within a wider context....Read more
By Clarke, David
David Clarke, winner of the Michael Marks Poetry Award 2013, returns with his second collection, The Europeans. Simultaneously close to home and looking outward beyond these shores, these wry and perceptive poems revel with form and encompass journeys, ideas of nationhood and nat...ional identity, and the optimism of a time when Europe and the UK enjoyed a quite different entente cordiale. They are a warning against nostalgia, a lucid and prescient exploration of how we see ourselves and how we are seen.Read more
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By Humphreys, Ian
In Zebra, a boy steps tentatively from the shadows onto a strobe-lit dancefloor. Ian Humphreys' much-anticipated debut shimmers with music, wit and humour while exploring mixed identities, otherness, and coming-of-age as a gay man in 1980s Manchester. These acutely-observed, joyf...ul poems pay homage to those who took the first steps - minority writers, LGBT civil rights activists, 1970s queer night-clubbers and the poet's own mixed-race parents.Read more
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