Refresh your spring reading list with these new poetry collections.
Poems for a World Gone to Sh*t by Various Poets
Description: A beautiful little book of short, simple, classic and contemporary poems to dip into, to make life feel better.
From Shakespeare and Shelley to Lemn Sissay and Kate Tempest, poets have always been the best at showing us we’re not alone, however sh*t things might seem.
Funny, reflective, romantic and life-affirming – here is an anthology of poems to remind you to keep on looking at the stars: from that first ‘what the f*ck’ moment to empowering you to do something about this sh*t and ultimately realising that life is still beautiful after all.
Without Protection by Gala Mukomolova
Description: In poems rich with sensuality and discord, Mukomolova explores her complex identity―Russian, Jewish, refugee, New Yorker, lesbian― through the Russian tale of
In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive by Clementine von Radics
Description: A lyrical poet, Clementine von Radics presents In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive, a collection of brutally honest poetry that lends itself to the powerful anthem of survival.
This collection bravely explores life at its darkest and most inspiring moments—drawing on central themes of love, loss, mental health, and abuse. An attempt to understand and to be understood, In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive is an ode to vulnerability that delivers concentrated, thought-provoking, and earnest verse.