A Poetry Archive recording by

Robert Minhinnick

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

  • 1 -
    "St John's Sunflowers"

  • 2 -
    "Sageflowers for Charles Saatchi"

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  • 4 -
    "Twenty Five Laments for Iraq"

  • 5 -
    "Madonna in Porthcawl"

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  • 8 -
    "The Fox in the National Museum of Wales"

  • 9 -
    "Eavesdropping"

  • 10 -
    "Tickertape (from 'La Otra Otrilla')"

  • 11 -
    "The Castaway"

  • 12 -
    "Section from Lives of the Saint"


Select bibliography

  • Life Sentences, Poetry Wales 1983 - out of print
  • The Dinosaur Park, Poetry Wales 1985 - out of print
  • The Looters, Seren 1989
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  • Watching the Fire Eater, Seren 1992
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  • A Postcard Home: Tourism in the Mid-'Nineties, Gomer 1993
  • Hey Fatman, Seren 1994
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  • Green Agenda: essays on the environment of Wales (editor), Seren 1994
  • Drawing Down the Moon: poems and stories (editor), Seren 1995
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  • Badlands, Seren 1996
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  • Selected Poems, Carcanet 1999
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  • After the Hurricane, Carcanet 2002
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  • The Adulterer's Tongue: An Anthology of Welsh Poetry in Translation (editor and translator), Carcanet 2003
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  • To Babel and Back, Seren 2005
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  • Robert Minhinnick Reading from his poems, The Poetry Archive 2006
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  • Sea Holly, Seren 2007
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  • King Driftwood, Carcanet 2008
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