Bloodaxe Books


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Anthologization Jo Shapcott
JS was, with Helen Dunmore , U. A. Fanthorpe , and Elizabeth Jennings , one of the four poets featured in no. 5 of the audio-cassette series The Poetry Quartets, issued today by the...
Anthologization Eavan Boland
EB published poems in US, English, and Irish journals: among them the New Yorker, the Paris Review, American Poetry Review, the Atlantic, the Partisan Review, the Kenyon Review, the...
Dedications Jackie Kay
The collection, dedicated to JK 's adoptive mother, was published by Bloodaxe Books in Newcastle upon Tyne, with a photograph of human chromosomes on the cover.
Kay, Jackie. The Adoption Papers. Bloodaxe Books, 1991.
Kay, Jackie. Off Colour. Bloodaxe Books, 1998.
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Publishing Jeni Couzyn
JC issued through Bloodaxe a revised and expanded edition of Life by Drowning: Selected Poems (which had been published in Toronto in 1983).
University of Alberta Libraries On-line Catalogue.
Publishing Medbh McGuckian
It was reprinted the next year in the UK by Bloodaxe Books , and in the United States by Wake Forest University Press . All editions were in paperback.
OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin
It appeared in the USA (at Winston-Salem, North Carolina), the same year, and was reprinted in Ireland and the UK in 1986. The UK edition, from Bloodaxe Books , was titled The Second Voyage...
Publishing Ruth Fainlight
RF 's poetry volume Sugar-Paper Blue, published by Bloodaxe at Newcastle upon Tyne, was shortlisted for the Whitbread Poetry Award.
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British Council Film and Literature Department, in association with Book Trust. Contemporary Writers in the UK.
Publishing Fleur Adcock
FA 's poetry volume Hoard was published by Bloodaxe .
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Bloodaxe Books.
Publishing Selima Hill
With this volume, SH switched to publishing with Bloodaxe Books .
Publishing Carol Rumens
In August 1997 there appeared from Bloodaxe BooksCR 's volume of light verse, The Miracle Diet: Poems, on which Rumens collaborated with cartoonist Viv Quillin .
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Rumens, Carol. Poems 1968-2004. Bloodaxe Books, 2004.
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Publishing Frances Horovitz
Bloodaxe reprinted the volume in 1989, and in 2000 Chadwyck-Healey made it available at its Literature Online website.
Publishing Kathleen Jamie
For her second book of poems, A Flame in Your Heart, KJ teamed up with Andrew Greig and published with Bloodaxe Books of Newcastle, who became her regular publishers.
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Textual Production Kathleen Jamie
After two books which were mainly travel-writing, KJ 's next major poetry collection, again from Bloodaxe , was The Queen of Sheba.
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Textual Production Kathleen Jamie
Editor Lilias Fraser compiled for Bloodaxe Books a selection of KJ 's earlier work: Mr. and Mrs. Scotland are Dead: Poems 1980-1994.
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Jamie, Kathleen, and Lilias Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Scotland are Dead. Bloodaxe Books, 2002.
Textual Production Sylvia Kantaris
SK published another poetry volume, Lad's Love, through Bloodaxe Books .
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