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.
It includes Susannah Herbert, the executive director of National Poetry Day (September 28 this year, with the theme of Freedom), the poetry bosses of publishers Penguin, Picador and Carcanet
- and, of course, Neil Astley, founding editor of Hexham-based Bloodaxe Books - and many other poetry movers and shakers.
One can see the wearying action of that responsibility on publisher poets like Peter Jay of Anvil Poetry, Michael Schmidt of Carcanet
Press, and even James Laughlin of New Directions Publishing.
The first, Beyond the Barbed Wire , is out from Carcanet
3) Ford Madox Ford, Return to Yesterday, Manchester: Carcanet
, 1999, 139.
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.
2) Love, Labour and Liberty, (Manchester: Carcanet
Press, 1976), p.
A new book, No Tear is Commonplace, is out from Carcanet
in the UK.
Her latest collection, Ice, has just been published by Carcanet
PAULA MEEHAN CarolAnn says: The Irish poet Paula Meehan lives in Dublin and is published in the UK by Carcanet
It first appeared to English speaking audiences in 1990 as The White Castle in an acclaimed translation by Victoria Holbrook published by Carcanet
The weight of past 'greats', from Hardy and Eliot to Ginsberg and Beckett, Larkin and Berger, generates a kind of momentum - which we celebrate in the A Century of Poetry Review, which will be published by Carcanet