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Tony Frisby - Me Me and Not Me (2013)

The real, the imagined, the past, the future, the dead and alive, figures from Irish mythology and the arts, irascible uncles and siblings, a bard, an unholy trinity, a shadowy father, the Clan MacFirbisig and a bellowing one-eyed bull - all have something trenchant, and at times contradictory, to say about the stages of Tony Frisby’s life in Me Me and Not Me. Or rather, ‘lives’, for no single voice dominates the proceedings, and the complex contrapuntal mesh of voices and opinions is one of the delights of this richly contoured epic poem in which motivations are laid bare, or perhaps artfully concealed.




Jay Ramsay - Monuments (2013)

Monuments stretches inner and outer here. From its explosive opening with the afterlife of a suicide bomber through a diary of the Iraq war, the poetry, themes and languages shock into something more radical and engaged than many have seen for years. Its extrovert narrative arc constantly tries to meet what it invokes: politics, risk, the despised spiritual, raw subjects not talked of in English.




Waterloo Press

Waterloo Press offers readers an eclectic list of the most inventive and stimulating poetry from the UK and abroad. Our beautifully designed books range from lost modernist classics to translations of senior international poets and vibrant collections by the best young British poets around.

Waterloo Press brings radical and marginalised voices to the fore, mirroring the aesthetic value of their work in outstanding book design, including dust jackets; large font; and original artwork for the covers. With its diverse and growing list, Waterloo Press breaks down the borders between contemporary schools of poetry, to forge a new poetics based on respect for craft, innovation and the challenge of real communication.

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