Reduced prices on all books

Reality Street is no longer publishing new books but will keep nearly 50 backlist titles in print for the foreseeable future. All prices have been cut, and books can be dispatched anywhere in the world at reasonable p&p rates. Below is a selection of favourites: click on images or titles  to see more information and to order online.

OUT OF EVERYWHERE
Innovative poetry by 30 women in North America and Britain – a classic, still in print since its first publication in 1996. Edited by Maggie O'Sullivan.
RRP £12.50, RS price £10

OUT OF EVERYWHERE 2
The sequel to OUT OF EVERYWHERE, published in 2015, edited by Emily Critchley, collecting work by 44 poets who have come to prominence since the first anthology was published. With an optional CD of audio work by contributors.
RRP £15, RS price £12.50 or £15 inc CD

Paul Griffiths:
LET ME TELL YOU
An tour-de-force novel composed entirely of the vocabulary Ophelia is allotted in Hamlet. Paul Griffiths, a noted musicologist, adapted extracts as a libretto for Hans Abrahamsen's composition, which has been sung by Barbara Hannigan.
RRP £9, RS price £7.50

THE REALITY STREET BOOK OF SONNETS
With 84 contributors in over 350 pages, this popular anthology explores the myriad ways poets have stretched, deconstructed and re-composed the sonnet.  Edited by Jeff Hilson.
RRP £15, RS price £12.50

Philip Terry: 
TAPESTRY
The stories of the Norman Conquest you never heard. This tour de force of language was shortlisted for the 2013 Goldsmiths Prize.
RRP £10.50, RS price £8.50

Allen Fisher:
PLACE
GRAVITY AS A CONSEQUENCE OF SHAPE

The first complete editions of these major poetic projects of the 1970s-1990s, now definitively collected in two volumes.
RRP £18 each, RS price £15 separately, £25 together

Maggie O'Sullivan:
IN THE HOUSE OF THE SHAMAN
A work from the early 1990s, still in print, by this poet and artist who uses sound and visuals in extraordinary ways.
RRP £6.50, RS price £5
BODY OF WORK
Large collection of previously out-of-print books originally published by small presses in the 1980s.
RRP £15, RS price £12.50
WATERFALLS
Paperback reprint of a beautiful book originally published as a limited edition hardback.
RRP £9, RS price £6

Bill Griffiths:
COLLECTED EARLIER POEMS
COLLECTED POEMS & SEQUENCES
COLLECTED POEMS VOL 3
The definitive collections of the late Bill Griffiths' poetry between 1966-96, edited by Alan Halsey.
RRP £18 each, RS price £15 separately, £30 together

Ken Edwards:
DOWN WITH BEAUTY
Exile, war, paranoia, improvised music and nothingness - a series of linked dramatic monologues, dialogues and short fictions (including "Nostalgia for Unknown Cities", previously published separately).
RRP £10.50, RS price £8.50
FUTURES
Ken Edwards' first novel, originally published in 1998.
RRP £9.50, RS price £5
EIGHT + SIX
A sequence of 96 fourteen-liners.
RRP £7.50, RS price £5


 
Ken's blog is now at www.kenedwards.eu

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RESCRIPT BOOKS

is an imprint of Reality Street, bringing back into print literary classics of the past, including books by Conrad, Ford, Hudson and Beddoes.

Also available:

The Alchemist’s Mind (ed.David Miller)
Tony Baker: In Transit
Botsotso (ed. Allan K Horwitz)
Andrea Brady: Cut From the Rushes
Paul Brown: A Cabin in the Mountains
Cris Cheek/Sianed Jones: Songs From Navigation
Kelvin Corcoran: Lyric Lyric
James Davies: Plants
John Gilmore: Head of a Man
Jim Goar: Seoul Bus Poems
Leopold Haas: The Raft
John Hall: Apricot Pages
Jeff Hilson: stretchers
Fanny Howe: Emergence
Fanny Howe: O’Clock
Peter Hughes: Allotment Architecture
Peter Hughes: Quite Frankly
Peter Jaeger: Rapid Eye Movement
Redell Olsen: Secure Portable Space
Richard Makin: Dwelling
David Miller: The Dorothy & Benno Stories
Wendy Mulford: The Land Between
Douglas Oliver: Whisper ‘Louise’
Sean Pemberton: White
Sarah Riggs: chain of minuscule decisions in the form of a feeling
Peter Riley: Excavations
Lisa Robertson: The Weather
Lou Rowan: Alphabet of Love Serial
Maurice Scully: Sonata
Maurice Scully: Steps
Lawrence Upton: Wire Sculptures
Carol Watts: Wrack
Carol Watts: Occasionals
Johan de Wit: Gero Nimo

Out of print – downloadable as pdfs:

Sarah Kirsch: T
Denise Riley: Selected Poems