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    bird of winter

    Shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2021 PBS Special Commendation Summer 2021 Alice Hiller's debut performs an act of witness and restitution.

    Black Cart

    Almost eighteen years in the making, this collection is a love poem to a rural community in Scotland. The freshness of its language brings the daily grind, its joys and harsh realities, to vivid life; its final elegies form a moving testament to a lost generation of family, friends, farmers and farms.

    Blood Salt Spring

    Blood Salt Spring is a meditation on where we are - exploring ideas of nation, race and belonging. Much of the collection tackles the isolation and traumas of 2020, but it also looks to find some meaning and makes an attempt to heal the pain and vulnerabilities that were picked and cut open again in the recent cultural shifts and political wars.

    Bone Library

    Jenni Fagan's 3rd collection, The Bone Library examines and interprets all of human life. The poems here respond to broader themes of identity, of place, of love and the unloved.

    Bright Dead Things

    A finalist for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, Bright Dead Things examines the dangerous thrill of living in a world you must leave one day and the search to find something that is 'disorderly, and marvelous, and ours'.

    Burns for Every Day of the Year

    Join Robert Burns on a wide-ranging journey of poetry, prose and song through every day of the year . . . take 366 daily dips into Burns to inspire, invigorate and amuse.

    Butcher's Dozen

    To mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday and its commemoration in Derry in January 2022, Carcanet proudly publish a new edition of Thomas Kinsella's Butcher's Dozen, with a prologue from the Saville Report, an epilogue from the Prime Minister's House of Commons apology, and a new author's note.


    Part-memoir, part-conjecture, Joelle Taylor investigates sexuality and gender in poetry that is lyrical, expansive, imagistic, epic and intimate.