View as
Sort by
Display per page

A Bright Acoustic

22/06/2017, £9.95
In these restlessly exploratory poems and sequences, the space between things is never empty, but alive with messages. Utterly physical even when it is at its most enquiring, Philip Gross's latest collection contemplates space and sound.

Changes of Address: Poems 1980-1998

29/11/2001, £9.95
Presents a journey, a search for the meaning of home, drawing together poems from all his Bloodaxe, Faber and Peterloo collections. It includes his Whitebread-shortlisted Wasting Game-poems on his daughters anorexia.

Deep Field

30/11/2011, £8.95
In his nineties Philip Gross's father, a wartime refugee, began to lose his several languages, first to deafness, then profound aphasia.


Challenging and tender, these poems are a rite of passage. Philip Gross's much praised previous collection, Deep Field, explored the loosening connections between the self and language in his refugee father's old age.

Love Songs of Carbon

01/01/2015, £9.95
Love Songs of Carbon is Philip Gross's 18th book of poetry, and is a coming of age - inhabiting the ageing body with a confident, inventive curiosity. At the same time searching, tender, intellectually agile, unexpected and erotic, this is poetry at

The Lastling

06/01/2005, £7.99
Paris is on a trek in the Himalayas with her uncle and her uncle's friends.

The Water Table

10/11/2009, £8.95
A powerful and ambiguous body of water lies at the heart of these poems, with shoals and channels that change with the forty-foot tide. Even the name is fluid - from one shore, the Bristol Channel, from the other Mor Hafren, the Severn Sea.