News, Poetry

Pavilion Poetry Spring 2021 Launch

On Wednesday 5th May we will launch our latest Pavilion Poetry titles: bird of winter by Alice Hiller, Bloom by Sarah Westcott, and What Fire by Alice Miller. Join us online with the Centre for New and International Writing at the University of Liverpool to celebrate these collections - register for the free virtual event … Continue reading

News, Poetry

How To Wash A Heart wins T.S. Eliot Prize 2020

We're delighted to announce that Bhanu Kapil's How To Wash A Heart, published by Pavilion Poetry, has won the T.S. Eliot Prize 2020. Prize chair Lavinia Greenlaw said: "Our shortlist celebrated the ways in which poetry is responding to profound change, and the stylistic freedom that today’s poets have claimed. From this impressive field, we … Continue reading

Literature, Poetry

1968: A History in Verse

New from Clemson University Press, In The Rebel Cafe is a collection of interviews with Ed Sanders, constituting a career biography of Sanders as a writer, musician, and activist. Here the collection's editor Jennie Skerl explores Sanders's position as a leading cultural rebel in the 1960s, drawing on the events of the 1968 Democratic National … Continue reading

News, Poetry

Citadel shortlisted for Costa Poetry Award

Martha Sprackland’s debut collection Citadel has been shortlisted for the Costa Poetry Award 2020. On news of the shortlisting, Martha said: “I'm stunned. Citadel was, in one way or another, a long time in the making, and the writing of it was not an easy road. To have a place on the shortlist for such … Continue reading

Literature, Poetry

Poetry, Money & Me

Poetry & Money: A Speculation by the award-winning poet Peter Robinson is a study of the relationships between poets, poetry, and money from Chaucer to contemporary times. Through its close readings of poems over many centuries directly or indirectly engaged with money, the book demonstrates the extent to which money and its metaphors permeate areas … Continue reading