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Found Architecture

The first UK Selected of one of the UK's most acclaimed contemporary poets.

Savage Tales

Bergin, Tara
This third highly inventive collection by Tara Bergin is a diary-reflection on the savagery of modern life told in a series of fragmented entries.

The Air Year

Bird, Caroline
The sixth collection from award-winning poet and dramatist Caroline Bird.

The Historians

Boland, Eavan
A new collection from Eavan Boland, a pioneering figure in Irish poetry who has been credited with inspiring a generation. This will be her final collection, following her passing in April 2020.

New Collected Poems: Eavan Boland

Boland, Eavan
A new and updated version of the 'Collected Poems of Eavan Boland', Ireland's pioneering premier female poet.

Domestic Violence

Boland, Eavan
A collection of poems that turns to the domestic interiors in which the dramas of women's lives are played out: seductions and quarrels, anger and grief, the care of children. It pays attention to the humdrum realities of suburban life, attempting to make them luminous with the power of live myths.

Outside History

Boland, Eavan

Donegal Tarantella

Cannon, Moya
Sixth collection by one of Carcanet's celebrated Irish women poets, who include Eavan Boland, Sinead Morrissey, Mary O'Malley, Martina Evans, and Tara Bergin.

Collected Poems

Cannon, Moya
This volume collects the five major books of one of Ireland's leading writers.

Culture of My Stuff

Crothers, Adam
This second collection by Northern Irish poet Adam Crothers, whose first book won the 2017 Seamus Heaney Centre Prize, includes sonnets and prose poems, anxiety and swagger, confession and nonsense.

Dear Pilgrims

Deane, John F.
A fresh, contemporary take on the Christian faith in an increasingly secular world from one of Ireland's leading poets - a timely collection for our unstable and cynical times.

Little Book Of Hours

Deane, John F.
Beginning with an account of the simplest-seeming island people and their troubled though productive lives, this work continues with a series of poems about King David, great poet and warrior, which consider the ineffectuality of war and the place of poetry in building towards a just society.