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Richard Godden, John Mole, John Greening and Stephen Wade

Nature / Culture, New Orleans Haiku Gathering Around the Jackson Barracks Penitentiary. RICHARD GODDEN

Soneone Else’s Face JOHN MOLE

Kew JOHN GREENING

The Middle Way The Eel STEPHEN WADE

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Jim Burns, Graham Holderness, John Mole, Maurice Rutherford, Andrrew Sant, Mahendra Solanki, Sue Stewart and Richard Godden

Laying Something Down

The Ruin

Noir

Lip-Reading

Snake Words

I Wish I Had Asked

Five Views of the Hinterland

The Gilded Ones

Abbreviated: An Encrypted Alphabet for Europe’s Jewry

Bourgeois Diaspora 1979–1992

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Jim Burns, John Greening, John Lucas, John Mole, Michael Murphy, Christopher Pilling, Deryn Rees-Jones, Maurice Rutherford, Andrew Sant, Matt Simpson, Mahendra Solanki, Peter Walton and Gregory Woods

How I’m Doing

An Old Lady Reminisces

Minotaur

The Figure In The Carpet

His Walking Sticks

Winter Riddles

A Head Of Steam

Prologue

Letter To An Old Pen-Pal

Down From Mars

Fagus Sylvatica

Days

Great Grey Shrike

Domestic

The Dominant

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Catherine Byron, Adrian Caesar, Philip Callow, Barry Cole, George Dandoulakis, Angela Leighton, Clare MacDonald Shaw, John Mole, Tom Paulin, Peter Porter, Philip Ramp, Arnold Rattenbury, Maurice Rutherford, William Scammell, Matt Simpson, Mahendra Solanki, Anne Stevenson, Tim Thorne, John Tranter, Dimitris Tsaloumas, Gael Turnbull and Hugh Underhill

St Thomas Aquinas in MacNeice’s House, September 23rd, 1957

In an Australian Garden

Red Wine and Yellow Sun

For a Cornet Player, Retired

The Altar of the Motherland (trans.: Andreas Kalvos)

Looking at Pictures

Street Flowers

Fats

Oxford

The Puppy of Heaven

The Island Market

More Friggers for John: 22: Convict Tokens 1815-1840; 23: Trench Art 1914-1918

Only Connect

Self Improvement

Taking the Hexameter a Walk – a letter to John Lucas

From ‘The Riverside’

A Ballad for Apothecaries, Being a Poem to Honour the Memory of Nicholas Culpeper, Gent …

The Aisles

Sails

Aegina

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