Tagged: Carcanet

Carcanet to publish Batchelor's Acts of Oblivion

Carcanet is publishing The Acts of Oblivion, a collection of poems by Paul Batchelor. Read more

Poetry publishers supports indie bookshops with discounted titles scheme

A group of indie poetry publishers have joined forces to support bookshops by offering specially curated lists of poetry titles at exclusive discounts to independent stores.... Read more

Carcanet at 50

Carcanet Press is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Founder and m.d. Michael Schmidt speaks to us about the highs and lows of the press'... Read more

Small presses celebrated on Oxford-Weidenfeld shortlist

Books published by Pushkin, Peirene, Carcanet and Nordisk, as well as by the New York Review of Books, have been shortlisted for the £2,000 Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize,... Read more

Female poets strong on Forward Prize shortlists

Women poets dominate the shortlists for the Forward Prizes for Poetry. Read more

Poet Christopher Middleton dies

Carcanet poet Christopher Middleton has died. Read more

Three for Bloodaxe on T S Eliot Prize shortlist

Bloodaxe has three authors shortlisted for the £20,000 2015 T S Eliot Prize: Scots poet Tracey Herd for Not in this World, Selima Hill for... Read more

'Rich' shortlist for Warwick Prize for Writing

Karen Joy Fowler and Karl Ove Knausgaard have made the shortlist for the biennial £25,000 Warwick Prize for Writing. On the shortlist of six, revealed by judge Robert... Read more

Forward Prizes shortlists revealed

Irish poetry publisher The Gallery Press has two collections shortlisted on the Forward Prize for Best Collection award. The Forward Prizes, now in their 24th... Read more

Lord Gavron dies

Lord Gavron, owner of The Folio Society and Carcanet Press, has died at the age of 84. Gavron's death, thought to be caused by a... Read more

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