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.
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.
(Clutag Press, 2010)