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one of the most exciting publishers in England

If you are wondering about the new and exciting British and Irish poetry, this is the journal to buy:

015 Veer Journal 2 – 'veer off' - featuring the work of over 60 leading poets available now

Veer Publication 015 [ISSN: 1758-4140]
The second in the occasional Veer journal series focusing on unconforming writing,
veer off collects current writing from a selection of outstanding contemporary authors.
A4 size. 232 pages. October 2008. £5.50

with writing from: Geraldine Monk, Steve McCaffery, Tim Atkins, Christine Wertheim, Morris Scully, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Ian Patterson, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, Charles Bernstein, Jamie Wilkes, Carol Watts, Alex Davies, Peter Jaeger, Gilbert Adair, Jerome Rothenberg, Frances Presley, Mairead Byrne, MJ Weller, Out To Lunch, Harry Gilonis, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Doug Jones, Tom Raworth, Jeff Hilson, John Sparrow, Richenda Power, Alice Notley, Simon Smith, Tony Trehy, Aodán McCardle, Martin Bakero, Karen Mac Cormack, Jon Clay, Alan Halsey, Stephen Mooney, Scott Thurston, Johan de Wit, Edmund Hardy, Esther Leslie, Val Pancucci, Alyson Torns, Francis Crot, James Harvey, Ken Edwards, Chris Paul, Will Rowe, John Wilkinson, Ruhul Amin, Lisa Samuels, Tina Bass, Diana Godden, Adrian Clarke, Allen Fisher, Justin Katko, Sean Bonney, John Hall, Robert Sheppard, Steve Willey, Antony John, Robert Hampson, Tom White, Lawrence Upton, Tilla Brading, & Piers Hugill.

& special thanks to Ulli Freer for his work as general editor.


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