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2017’s lyrical journey begins with the winner of the 2016 TS Eliot Prize for Poetry, Jacob Polley’s narrative verse fable Jackself, an extraordinary, fluid and interconnected collection which Eliot panel chair Ruth Padel described as ‘a firework of a book.’ The New Year also gives us a second and much-anticipated anthology, Stranger, Baby, from the new editor of the influential Poetry Review Journal, Emily Berry.

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Bestselling Poetry

The 2016 TS Eliot Prize for Poetry Shortlist

Poems of the Present - New and Coming Soon

Treasure Troves - New and Popular Anthologies and Collections

Have You Got a Biro I Can Borrow? by Clive James

Here is a little poetry for a Tuesday afternoon - from none other than Clive James himself.

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The Poetry Cure - A Poem for Every Mood

The Musical Note - Poetry and Music

From Faber & Faber's archive: Seamus Heaney's acceptance letter from 1965

In an exclusive piece for the Waterstones blog, Hannah Marshall, Faber Members Manager, elucidates the relationship between Faber and Heaney and shares the original letter, sent in 1965, in acceptance of his first volume of poetry, Death of a Naturalist.

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In Our Time - Modern and Contemporary Poets

Written in Stone - Selected Classics and Seminal Translations

The Faber Series - Collectable Editions