An elegantly jubilant and personal new collection celebrating love, life and creativity from award-winning poet and Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist, John Fuller
Published in a special signed limited edition of 500 copies to celebrate the author's 80th birthday, John Fuller's full-length narrative poem is resonant celebration of life and the things we leave behind.
A tour de force new collection from ‘one of England's finest poets’ (Daily Telegraph)
A new collection of prose poems, from one Chatto's finest poets
A welcome new selection of John Fuller's poems, taken from his last eight collections and spanning over two decades of work
An intelligent yet playful look at some of the most teasing and mystifying puzzles in poetry -- a delightful addition to any poetry-lover's shelf.
An enquiring and elegiac new collection from one of Britain's most respected and accomplished poets
A Poetry Book Society Recommendation. A sense of playfulness allied to impeccable formal skill runs through this lively new collection of light verse and occasional poems from one of our most inventive and graceful poets
A jewel of a fable, sparkling with wit and magic, unsettling, inspired by the Arabian Nights but with the singularity and heartrending pathos of fairy tales by Oscar Wilde.
A major new collection from a poet at the apogee of his career. In a series of poems that tell a story, John Fuller contemplates that age-old question of 'Life versus Art'. The verse is both a brilliant pastiche of such great artists as Petrarch, Coleridge and Wallace Stevens, and an exploration of their private lives and craft.
Warm, humane, beautifully lucid poems on death, birth and the need to seize the day by one of Britain's most important poets.
John Fuller is one of England's most important and admired poets. This paperback reissue of his Collected Poems makes it accessible to a wider market.
John Fuller is one of England's most important poets. His new collection exhibits a remarkable a depth of experience and philosophical maturity.
Dazzling and enjoyable - why have we overlooked this extraordinary woman? Is this a genuine memoir? A work of art criticism? A scholarly bodice ripper? Brilliant ventriloquism? Try it for yourself...
The award-winning, magical first novel by acclaimed poet John Fuller