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And Then Something Happened, Susan M. Schultz


Investigations of childhood from a philosophical perspective, asking how to reconcile childhood with suffering and as a real and imagined place, always subject to re-call. Writing out of the experience of adoption, Schultz uses language from her son’s experience to think about ways in which “the political is personal.”
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Andraste’s Hair, Eleanor Rees


SHORT-LISTED FOR THE FELIX DENNIS BEST FIRST COLLECTION PRIZE (FORWARD PRIZES FOR POETRY 2007) The poems in Andraste’s Hair draw on myth, memory, folksong and murder ballad. Often set in a mythical Liverpool, a city of metamorphosis and magic, grotesque and beautiful, its buildings are a backdrop for visions and apprehensions of the past. Liverpool at night is a place where boundaries are crossed in search of knowledge – sexual, historical, and emotional, between life and death.
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Another Place, Mike Barlow


Poems that focus on the alternative currents of thought, emotion and possibility that underlie the everyday, the sense there is always somewhere or someone else on the other side of the present experience. This is an imagined reality which carries a sense of edginess, unease, transience.
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Anxiety Before Entering a Room, Andrew Duncan


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Apocryphal Road Code, Jared Randall


Hobos, tramps and their codes of living—all figure prominently in this debut book of poetry by Jared Randall. Obsessed with the Depression-era stories told among his family, a wanderer traces the tumultuous roads of his own and society’s past, the troubled space between old memories and new recollections.
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Apprenticed to Justice, Kimberly Blaeser


Through detailed images of ancestors and wilderness places, through renderings of story, tribal history, and family ritual, award-winning Anishinaabe author Kimberly Blaeser explores our mesh of tangled origins. Apprenticed to Justice is a collection of vividly rendered lyrical and narrative poems that trace the complex inheritances of 21st century Native America.
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Arrondissements, Douglas Oliver


Oliver’s poetry is humorous, beautiful, often naked. It is served by both light-of-day reasonableness and a willful subconscious which knows the dark but can’t stop playing with language. The return of his voice in Arrondissements will be a pleasure for both old and new readers.
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Attempts at Being, Alison Croggon


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