#PoetryinJune

Woman in orange dress asleep on couch

Flaming June, Frederick Leighton, 1895

Here is the list of titles from my Landing Book Shelves stash (with thanks to my daughter for the use of her books) that I used for the #PoetryinJune series (2013). I’ve included as much information as possible.

Ideally I would like to link each title with an illustration of the edition that I have used, but that may take a little time to put in place. I need to go though the list and link all of these items to the correct attachment pages. Another steep learning curve in prospect methinks!

Barber, Laura (ed) Penguin’s Poems by Heart Penguin Classics (2009)

Belloc, Hilaire Selected Cautionary Verses Illustrated by B.T.B and Bentley, Nicholas Penguin Books (1940, 1968)

Cope, Wendy Serious Concerns  Faber (1992)

Eliot, T.S. Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats  Illustrated by Bentley, Nicholas Faber (1939, 1974)

Harrow, Ian Polemos Eperon Press (1998)

Kavanagh, Patrick Collected Poems Edited by Quinn, Antoinette Allen Lane (2004)

Larkin, Philip The Oxford Book of Twentieth Century English Verse Oxford University Press (1973, 1985)

Marcus, David Collected Poems  New Island (2007)

Murphy, Alan The Mona Lisa’s on our Fridge AvantCard Publications (2009)

Nash, Ogden Candy is Dandy: The Best of Ogden Nash Introduction by Burgess, Anthony Andre Deutsch (1983, 2006)

Patten, Brian Juggling with Gerbils  Illustrated by Riddell, Chris Puffin Books (2000)

Rossetti, Christina Goblin Market and Other Poems  Dover Thrift Editions (1994)

Wavell, A. P. (ed) Other Men’s Flowers  Jonathan Cape (1944, 1958)

Yeats, W.B. Selected Poems Edited by Kelly, John Everyman Paperbacks (1997)

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