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Jean Stevens£6.99 £6.50
The poems in Jean Stevens' latest collection revel in words: the joy of them; the work of finding the ones that say exactly what we mean; our use of them to 'manage the nothingness'.
Sue Vickerman£11.99 £11.15
A Small Life and Two Small Lives are the first two parts of Suki’s life-story. At the opening of this final part of the trilogy Suki has escaped to Berlin to try and pick up the threads of her former seventeen-year relationship with Ilka. Part III of Suki the life-model's fictional autobiography.
Photographs of Suki the life-model by Bel. The booklet is part of a celebration of the Suki project which includes books, events, blogs and audio visual recordings and productions. Bel and Suki are fictional characters created by Sue Vickerman and Mike Kilyon.
The poems in this collection by Jean Stevens revel in words: the joy of them; the work of finding the ones that say exactly what we mean; our use of them to 'manage the nothingness'.
David Pendleton£8.99 £8.36
Kick-off charts and analyses the experience of Bradford in relation to the national development of sport in the modern city and how spectator sport, in particular, helped shape personal and civic identities in a burgeoning industrial community.
Suki, struggling writer, still earning her keep working as a model for artists, continues her quest for literary success while battling with self-doubt and loneliness, in this second part of her autobiographical trilogy.
This is a collection of poems with a large emotional and tonal range embracing love and loss, grief and joy, elegy and celebration, and moves easily from the lyrical to the colloquial, from the moving to the witty, and gives expression to the experiences that colour our lives.
Sue Vickerman£7.50 £6.97
These twenty-five poems are perennials but may serve as daily readings starting from 1st December. They reflect on past times; on lives lived; on endings of years and of relationships; on beginnings, anxieties, hopes and an uncertain future.
These are poems with strong, straight-talking narratives punctuated by keenly observed birds amidst the bleak land and seascapes of northern Britain. This collection of poems by Arts Council (UK) award-winning writer Sue Vickerman is about relationships illustrated by that sometimes harsh world that is 'nature'.