Rowena opened the small silver-chased casket, and perceived a carcanet
, or neck lace, with ear-jewels, of diamonds, which were obviously of immense value.
Swinburne: Selected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet
/ Fyfield, 1982, 1987, 2002); Catherine Maxwell, A.
In the UK, Carcanet
brought out Fernando Pessoa, a substantial collection of 87 poems edited by Jonathan Griffin, appropriately and attractively presented in four slim volumes: Pessoa-himself and each of the three main heteronyms (Oxford: Carcanet
Press, 1971); F.
The new Carcanet
edition of Parade's End is, therefore, a literary event that is worthy of the very greatest rejoicing.
PAULA MEEHAN CarolAnn says: The Irish poet Paula Meehan lives in Dublin and is published in the UK by Carcanet
In the blue corner stands the tradition of the well-respected and highbrow publishers of poetry: Faber & Faber, Bloodaxe, Canongate, Seren, Cinnamon Press, Carcanet
and Enitharmon Press.
8) Christine Brooke-Rose, Amalgamemnon (Manchester: Carcanet
, 1984), 7; hereafter cited parenthetically.
Austin Clarke, Collected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet
9) Morris, I been there, sort of: New and Selected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet
A new book, No Tear is Commonplace, is out from Carcanet
in the UK.
Jennifer Dunbar Dorn with Justin Katko, Reitha Pattison, and Kyle Waugh (Manchester, UK: Carcanet
Her latest collection, Ice, has just been published by Carcanet