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Longbarrow 2006-14To mark 15 years of Longbarrow Press, we’re offering 35% off a selection of hardbacks for a limited period (offer ends Monday 10 May 2021). Payments are handled securely via PayPal (debit cards accepted via the ‘Check Out as a Guest’ option – no PayPal account required). All orders are carefully parcelled in robust packaging. You’ll also receive a free copy of our colour-themed pamphlet The Rose of Temperaments (featuring poems by Angelina D’Roza, A.B. Jackson, Chris Jones, Geraldine Monk, Helen Mort and Alistair Noon).

The three collections are: Envies the Birds by Angelina D’Roza, Cazique by Matthew Clegg, and Steps by Mark Goodwin. To order, click on the relevant PayPal button below.

ETB16Envies the Birds by Angelina D’Roza
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2016.  80-page hardback collection.  In Tibetan, shul is the impression left after whatever made it has gone. Envies the Birds is the tarmac blueprint where a tower block once stood, “the channel worn through rock where a river runs in flood, the indentation in the grass where an animal slept last night”. For more details, click here.

Cazique by Matthew Clegg
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2018. 96-page hardback collection. Cazique is a book in three movements. The title sequence offers the last confessions of a washed-up confidence trickster: a man inspired by the 19th century swindler Gregor MacGregor – the self-titled Cazique of Poyais. The poems of Cazique continue the author’s engagement with personae and place – and the ever-unstable relationship between the two. For more details, click here.

Steps (E Bolland)Steps by Mark Goodwin
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2014.  144-page hardback collection.  Mark Goodwin’s poetry isn’t merely about landscape… it manifests landscape, in its openness to all the encounters that engagement with landscape makes possible. – Norman Jope.  Perception sharp as feeling itself, invention endlessly resolving into apt idiosyncrasies of form, the continuing development of Mark Goodwin is maybe the most exciting happening in British poetry today.  – Jim Perrin.  
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