A Poetry Archive recording by

Ian Duhig

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

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    "Nothing Pie"

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    "Chocolate Soldier"

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    "Straw School"

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    "There Is No Rose Of Such Virtue"

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    "Paschal Anthem"

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    "Sundry Receipts of Vatsyayana called Mrillana written in the form of Sutra"

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    "The Badly-Loved"

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    "The Lady who Loved Insects"

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    "From the Plague Journal"

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    "Lumpenhund"

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    "Out of Boredom"

  • 17 -
    "A Dream of Wearing String Vests Forever"

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    "Another Poem About Old Photographs"

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    "I'r Hen A'i Chaneuon"

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    "Cutler's Poetry"

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    "Midnight on the Water"

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    "Rosary"

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    "Margin Prayer from an Ancient Psalter"

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    "Who Killed Freddie the Dolphin?"


Select bibliography

  • The Bradford Count, Bloodaxe 1991 - out of print
  • The Mersey Goldfish, Bloodaxe 1994 - out of print
  • Nominies, Bloodaxe 1998 - out of print
  • One, an anthology of new Yorkshire writers (editor), ILF Books 1998 - out of print
  • The Nightwatchgirl of the Moon (editor), ILF Books 1998 - out of print
  • The Lammas Hireling, Picador 2003
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  • Ian Duhig Reading from his poems, The Poetry Archive 2005
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  • The Speed of Dark, Picador 2007
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  • Pandorama, Picador 2010
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