A Poetry Archive recording by

Clare Pollard

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These poems come from a special recording for the Poetry Archive:

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    "The Bridesmaid"

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    "Breakfast Poem"

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    "Still Life"

  • 5 -
    "Fears of a Hypochondriac Insomniac"

  • 6 -
    "Buying Manhattan"

  • 7 -
    "Posing for Dante Gabriel Rossetti"

  • 8 -
    "To Undefine"

  • 9 -
    "Fantasy Dinner Party"

  • 10 -
    "And Desire Shall Fail"

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  • 12 -
    "To Depression"

  • 13 -
    "To Christchurch"

  • 14 -
    "The Chain"

  • 15 -
    "The Bad News"

  • 16 -
    "Notes to Self"

  • 17 -
    "For my Fiancé"

  • 18 -
    "For the Other Ones"

  • 19 -
    "For my Future Daughter"

  • 20 -
    "Cordelia at the Service Stop"

  • 21 -
    "Tam Lin's Wife"

  • 22 -
    "The Panther"

  • 23 -
    "Pendle"

  • 24 -
    "Waiting for the Kettle to Boil, Lancashire"

  • 25 -
    "October Roses"

  • 26 -
    "The Skulls of Dalston"

  • 27 -
    "First Sunflowers"

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    "The Two Ravens"

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    "The Wood"

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Select bibliography

  • The Heavy-Petting Zoo, Bloodaxe, 1998
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  • Bedtime, Bloodaxe, 2002
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  • Look, Clare! Look!, Bloodaxe, 2005
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  • Voice Recognition: 21 Poets for the 21st Century (editor with James Byrne), Bloodaxe, 2009
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  • Clare Pollard Reading from her poems, The Poetry Archive, 2010
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  • Changeling, Bloodaxe, 2011
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