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'equipollence' (the song cave, 2012), 17 page chapbook in limited edition (Available from the song cave)

'pylons & pyramids', short poetic sequence in: PN Review 210 (March-April, 2013)


'the view from Royston cave' (Cambridge: Wide Range Chapbooks, 2012), 20 page poetic sequence. (Available from Parataxis Editions through paypal button below.)


'caesurae and ballroom bellinis', short poetic sequence at: Blackbox Manifold 8


'starkness falls', short poetic sequence in: Jubilat 21


'Preface to the Critique of Pure Poetry', in Formes Critiques Contemporaines / Contemporary Critical Forms, (Formes Poetiques Contemporaines 9)' (2012), eds. Vincent Broqua and Jean-Jacques Poucel, Double Change (Presses Universitaires du Nouveau Monde), ISBN 978-1-937030-20-9, pp. 281-8.


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Still available:

text sequence: 'The Bruise that Heidegger Built', in Crrritic!, ed. John Schad and Oliver Tearle, (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2011), pp. 133-145.

Modern Critical Thought: an anthology of theorists writing on theorists, ed. Drew Milne (Oxford: Blackwell, 2003). Buy at Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.

Go Figure (Cambridge: Salt, 2003), 124 pp. Buy at Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.

Also from Drew Milne:

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'Performance over being: Frank O'Hara's artifice', in Textual Practice, volume 25, issue 2, April 2011, 297-313.

text sequence, 'city of dogs' available on Blackbox Manifold

‘Politics and Modernist Poetics’, in Teaching Modernist Poetry, eds. Peter Middleton and Nicky Marsh (London: Palgrave, 2010).

'Muriel Spark's crimes of wit', in Edinburgh Companion to Muriel Spark, eds. Willy Maley and Michael Gardiner (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010).

'Neo-modernism and avant-garde orientations', in A Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry, eds. Nigel Alderman and C.D.Blanton (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), pp. 155-175.

'The Unnatural History of Pure Poetry'', in Vlak: Contemporary Poetics & The Arts, vol 3 (2012), 249-50.

MARS DISARMED, a book of poems from The Figures, collecting 'The Gates of Gaza', 'Hector Carp: friend and patron', 'Pianola' and 'the Trojan light', $10. Copies available in UK for £7.50, including postage , cheques payable to 'Drew Milne' to Drew Milne, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, 9 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP.)



THE DAMAGE: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, £7.95. (This book includes Songbook, As It Were, familiars and a revised setting of How Peace Came.)
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Listings of Essays, and reviews by Drew Milne.


Available from Parataxis Editions

Drew Milne, the view from Royston cave (Cambridge: Wide Range Chapbooks, 2012), pp. 20. £3.00.





Redell Olsen, Punk Faun (California: Subpress, 2012), £9.00 inc p & p.

Redell Olsen, Sprigs & Spots (Cambridge: Wide Range Chapbooks, 2012), pp. 20. £3.00.

PIANOLA (Cambridge: REM Press, 2000), by Jo Milne & Drew Milne, colour illustrations, £5.00.

Nancy Cunard, Parallax (Cambridge: Parataxis Editions, 2001) (first published by the Hogarth Press, 1925), pp. 24. £4.00.


John Wilkinson, Flung Clear: Poems in six books (Cambridge: Parataxis Editions, 1994), pp. 240. £7.50. (This book collects the sequences Hid Lip, Bones of Contention, The Speaking Twins, The Interior Planets, Desert Varnish, and The Nile.)


John Wilkinson, Signs of an Intruder (Cambridge: Parataxis Editions, 2001), pp. 44. £3.00.


Issue 10 (2001) of Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, pp. 108. £5.00. information


Issue 8/9 (1996) of Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, pp. 244. £6.00.


Issue 7 (1995) of Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, ORIGINAL: Chinese Language-Poetry Group, translated by Jeff Twitchell, edited by J.H. Prynne, pp. 128. £4.00.


Carol Watts, Mother Blake (Equipage), A5, 20pp, £4.50 including p&p.


John Kinsella, Rapacity: A Death’s Jest-Book(Equipage), 96pp, perfect bound (£6.00 inc. p&p)

John James, In Romsey Town (Equipage), 48pp, perfect bound, with a cover by Peter Cartwright (£6.00 including p&p)


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