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I Wanted to Ask You

Salome Benidze is one of Georgia’s rising literary stars. In this selection of poems she explores romantic love and all its corollaries: longing, regret, trauma, confession, revelation, even war.

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The Sea-Migrations

Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf is fast emerging as one of the most outstanding Somali poets. The poems in this Bloodaxe Books collection have been translated by Said Jama Hussein and Maxamed Xasan Alto, working with poet Clare Pollard.

£12

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So At One With You

‘So At One With You’ is a groundbreaking dual-language anthology of modern poetry in Somali by 18 different poets. Edited by Said Jama Hussein and poet W. N. Herbert.

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Catastrophe

Catastrophe is an electrifying poem by the Somali poet Xasan Daahir Weedhsame translated by Martin Orwin working with British poet Daljit Nagra, and illustrated by the artist Bryan Talbot.

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Beginning to Speak

In Beginning to Speak, Georgian poet Diana Anphimiadi makes the world unfamiliar with the flick of a pen, demonstrating why she is one of her country’s outstanding contemporary poets.

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Taste

This dual-language chapbook introduces the poetry of UK-based Somali poet Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf, translated by Maxamed Xasan ‘Alto’ and Said Jama Hussein, working with poet Clare Pollard.

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If This is a Lament

A selection of poems by Bejan Matur, multi-award-winning Kurdish poet, translated by Canan Marasligil, working with Jen Hadfield, renowned Shetland poet and artist who won the T.S. Eliot Prize in 2008.

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History-Geography

History-Geography contains a selection of poems by Armenian-Turkish poet Karin Karakaşlı translated by Canan Marasligil, working with Sarah Howe, an acclaimed UK poet whose first collection won the T.S. Eliot Prize.

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