Clutag Press is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of Odi Barbare by Geoffrey Hill in early 2012. Clutag Press is accepting pre-orders for this publication. Orders placed prior to the publication date will be despatched on a first come, first served basis as soon as copies are available. [wpsc_products product_id=’699′]
Geoffrey Hill’s ORACLAU | ORACLES was reviewed by M Wynn Thomas in the Guardian on 16th October. “Oraclau/Oracles is indeed a troubling and challenging volume of “devices”, a remarkable emblem book for our times by one of the most considerable, and accordingly formidable, poets of our age.” Click here to read the full review online.
Copies of Geoffrey Hill’s ORACLAU | ORACLES are now available to order. Advance orders have now been despatched. Hardback £15.00 (including p&p UK and Ireland) £20.00 (including p&p USA, Canada, R.o.W.) 56pp 13.5mm x 21.5mm ISBN 978-0-9553476-9-6 [wpsc_products product_id=’539′]
Clutag Press is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication in October 2010 of a new book of poems by the Oxford Professor of Poetry: ORACLAU | ORACLES. Since the publication of A Treatise of Civil Power in 2007, Geoffrey Hill has completed five new collections. Under the general title The Daybooks, they include Al Tempo de’ Tremuoti, Odi Barbare, Oraclau |Oracles, and Clavics. Clutag Press plans to issue Daybooks II: Odi Barbare in 2011. The five volumes constitute the final section of Hill’s Collected Poems 1952-2012, scheduled for publication by Oxford University Press in 2013. ORACLAU | ORACLES Clutag Press is accepting pre-orders for this publication. Orders placed prior to the publication date will be despatched on a first come,…
A recording of Geoffrey Hill’s poetry reading is now available on CD. Details are as follows: GEOFFREY HILL: POETRY READING, OXFORD, 1 February 2006 Poems from FOR THE UNFALLEN (1959) to WITHOUT TITLE (2006) Geoffrey Hill, in this recording made in Oxford on 1 February 2006, reads 33 poems selected from his entire oeuvre at that date. That is, from his first book For the Unfallen (1959) to his most recent, Without Title, published in January 2006. [wpsc_products product_id=’646′]
Announcing Geoffrey Hill’s forthcoming poetry reading event at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford. Details are as follows: GEOFFREY HILL: POETRY READING AT THE SHELDONIAN Poems from FOR THE UNFALLEN (1959) to WITHOUT TITLE (2006) 7pm for 7.30-10.00pm 1st February 2006 Admission Free. Sponsored byOUP Copies of A Treatise of Civil Power by Geoffrey Hill, published by Clutag Press (2005), will be available for sale at the event. [wpsc_products product_id=’630′] [wpsc_products product_id=’646′]
PUBLICATION DATE 4th February 2005 48pp 170mm x 240mm ISBN 0-9547275-3-3 A major gathering of new work by one of the great poets, nowhere else published nor imminent in other forthcoming collections by Hill (January 2005, January 2006), comprising: ‘ON READING Milton and the English Revolution’ (12 x six-line stanzas); ‘To the Lord Protector Cromwell’ (x4 sonnets); ‘A Treatise of Civil Power’ (42 x eight-line stanzas); ‘Coda’ (8 x eight-line stanzas); ‘ON READING Burke on Empire, Liberty, and Reform’ (4 x seven-line stanzas); ‘ON READING Blake: Prophet Against Empire’ (45 lines in ten irregular stanzas); ‘ON READING Hazlitt: Lectures on the English Comic Writers’ (4 x six line stanzas); and ‘A Cloud in Aquila’ (6 x four line stanzas). In…