Carcanet Press

Carcanet Press is a publisher, primarily of poetry, based in the United Kingdom and founded in 1969 by Michael Schmidt.

Carcanet Press is now in its fourth decade. In 2000 it was named the Sunday Times millennium Small Publisher of the Year. Four of its authors have received Nobel Prizes, nine have received the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry, six have received Pulitzer Prizes, among many other honours. Carcanet publishes a comprehensive and diverse list of modern and classic poetry in English and in translation.

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Carcanet Press - Imprints
... Besides the main poetry list, Carcanet is also home to a diverse set of imprints The Oxford Poets imprint, formerly the poetry list of Oxford University Press, was ... Carcanet also publish a range of inventive fiction and literary criticism alongside the Lives and Letters series and the Aspects of Portugal imprint ... Carcanet issues the controversial literary magazine PN Review which appears six times a year ...
Mimi Khalvati - Works
... In White Ink (Carcanet Press,1991) Mirrorwork (Carcanet Press, 1995) Entries on Light (Carcanet Press, 1997) Selected Poems (Carcanet Press, 2000) The Chine (Carcanet Press, 2002) The Meanest ...
C. H. Sisson - Works - Collected Translations
... Sisson (Trans.), The Viking Press, New York, 1966 The Poetry of Catullus (1966 MacGibbon and Kee, 1966) translator The Poetic Art, Horace (Carcanet Press, 1978) Some Tales Of La Fontaine, La ... (translator), (Carcanet Press, 1980) Song of Roland trans ... (Carcanet Press, 1983) The Aeneid (Translator) (Carcanet Press, 1986) Collected Translations Carcanet, 1996 Britannicus, Phaedra, Athaliah by Jean Racine (1987), Jean Racine C.H ...

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