Books and poetry publications by Drew Milne:
'Cutting Carbons' (Cambridge: The Institute of Electric Crinolines, 2019), 20 pp. chapbook in edition of 100 copies.
'In Darkest Capital: collected poems' (Manchester: Carcanet, 2017)
'equipollence' (the song cave, 2012), 17 page chapbook in limited edition (
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.
'starkness falls', short poetic sequence in: Jubilat 21
'caesurae and ballroom bellinis', short poetic sequence at:
Blackbox Manifold 8.
'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.
text sequence: 'city of dogs' available on Blackbox Manifold
Go Figure (Cambridge: Salt, 2003), 124 pp - available at all good book portals.
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MARS DISARMED(Great Barrington, MA: 2002), collecting 'The Gates of Gaza', 'Hector Carp: friend and patron', 'Pianola' and 'the Trojan light'. 1-930589-09-3, $10. Copies available in UK for £7.50, 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(Salt, 2001), includes Songbook, As It Were, familiars and a revised setting of How Peace Came. £7.95. Buy online at Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.
Extracts from the The Prada Meinhof Gang (novel in progress) in Edinburgh
Review, no. 104 (2000), pp. 87-98. (Brief extracts also in Stand, new series, vol. 2, no.2 (June 2000); and in Leviathan Quarterly, no. 1 (September, 2001). Further extracts appeared as 'Allegories of Complicity', Critical Quarterly, vol. 47: 1-2 (Spring / Summer, 2005), pp. 118-127.
JUSTIFIED SINNERS; AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTTISH COUNTER-CULTURE (1960 - 2000), edited by Ross Birrell & Alec Finlay (Pocketbooks / Morning Star Publications / Polygon, and others, 2002).
FOOTBALL HAIKU, edited by Alec Finlay (Pocketbooks, Morning Star Publications, Polygon and others, 2002), 0 7486 6309 6, £7.99.
A selection of Drew Milne's poems featured in foil: defining poetry
1985-2000, edited by Nicholas Johnson (Buckfastleigh: Etruscan Books,
PIANOLA: by Jo Milne and Drew Milne.
JO MILNE catalogue: a catalogue of Jo Milne's recent work including short essays by Drew Milne and Luis Doñate, along with several colour reproductions. A few copies available by writing to Drew Milne, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, 9 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP, U.K.
PIG CUPID, ed. Drew Milne: An anthology of poems by way of homage to Mina Loy featuring a number of internationally well-known poets writing anonymously. 36pp. Copies available by to Drew Milne, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, 9 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP, U.K.
Other books and pamphlets:
Satyrs and Mephitic Angels (Cambridge: Equipage, 1993) (collected in Sheet Mettle)
How Peace Came (Cambridge: Equipage, 1994)
Sheet Mettle (London: Alfred David Editions, 1994)
Carte Blanche (Kenilworth: Prest Roots Press, 1995) (collected in Bench Marks)
Songbook (Kirkcaldy: Akros, 1996)
Bench Marks (London: Alfred David Editions, 1998)
As It Were (Cambridge: Equipage, 1998)
familiars (Cambridge: Equipage, 1999)
The Gates of Gaza (Cambridge: Equipage, 2000)
Pianola (Cambridge: REM Press, 2000)
the view from Royston cave (Cambridge: Wide Range Chapbooks, 2012)
equipollence (Northampton, MA: the song cave, 2012)
with John Kinsella, Reactor Red Shoes (London: Veer, 2013)
In Darkest Capital: collected poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 2017)
solar commune (Cambridge: Institute of Electric Crinolines, 2017),
Earthworks (Cambridge: Equipage, 2018)
Lichens in Antarctica (Cambridge: Institute of Electric Crinolines, 2019)
Cutting Carbons (Cambridge: Institute of Electric Crinolines, 2019)
Copies of Equipage pamphlets from
Rod Mengham, c/o Jesus College, Cambridge CB5 8PL.
Individual poems have appeared in the following anthologies and journals:
Conductors of Chaos, ed. Iain Sinclair (London: Picador, 1996); Oxford
Book of Twentieth Century British and Irish Poetry ed. Keith Tuma (New
York: Oxford University Press, 2001); Edinburgh Review;
Poetry Review; PN Review; New Orleans Review; Talisman; Parataxis; Angel
Exhaust; fragmente; Grille; Active in Airtime; Object Permanence;
Oasis; Fiver Finger Review; Sulfur; Angle; Apex of the M;
Southfields; Comparative Criticism; Salt; Big Allis; Kunapipi;
Inscape; The Gig; Stand; Westerly; Jacket; Alterra; slope;
QUID; Capilano Review; and Kenyon Review.