Hill, Selima. A Little Book of Meat. Bloodaxe Books, 1993.
Standard Name: Hill, Selima
Birth Name: Selima Wood
Married Name: Selima Hill
, a poet of the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries, has been described as a risk-taker, and her poetry as seriously comical. She deals with sexuality, erotic love, and disturbed mental states, all from a female point of view. Her poetry volumes are often comprised of very short poems in a sequence spoken by a single voice. Her imagery, in fifteen successive volumes by 2014, is surreal and sometimes whimsical.
Hill, Selima. Bunny. Bloodaxe Books, 2001.
Adcock, Fleur et al. Fleur Adcock, Carol Ann Duffy, Selima Hill, Carol Rumens. British Council; Bloodaxe Books.
Hill, Selima. Fruitcake. Bloodaxe, 2009.
Hill, Selima. Jutland. Bloodaxe, 2015.
Hill, Selima. Lou-Lou. Bloodaxe Books, 2004.
Hill, Selima. My Darling Camel. Chatto and Windus, 1988.
Hill, Selima. My Sister’s Horse. Smith/Doorstop Books, 1996.
Hill, Selima. Portrait of My Lover as a Horse. Bloodaxe Books, 2002.
Hill, Selima. Saying Hello at the Station. Chatto and Windus, 1984.
Hill, Selima. “Small Press Poetry”. Mslexia, Vol.
9, p. 47.
Hill, Selima. Splash like Jesus. Bloodaxe, 2017.
Hill, Selima. The Accumulation of Small Acts of Kindness. Chatto and Windus, 1989.
Hill, Selima. The Magnitude of my Sublime Existence. Bloodaxe Books, 2016.
Hill, Selima. Trembling Hearts in the Bodies of Dogs. Bloodaxe Books, 1994.
Hill, Selima. “Two Poems: My Mother’s Mattress, Eerie Bittern”. London Review of Books, Vol.
38, No. 14, p. 22.
Hill, Selima. Violet. Bloodaxe Books, 1997.