'...Searle's compassion, anger and sense of historical morality as a storyteller are reminiscent of the early Gorki.' John Berger
'Nigel Gray writes poetry as it ought to be written. I think it's the poetry millions of silent people would write if they could.' Edward Bond
'Craig and Sprague have composed a fine and fighting book which I hope will help to change Britain's lukewarm attitude to poetry.' Adrian Mitchell
A collection of feminist poems and short stories by this well-known playwright.
A new English edition with Annenkov's 1918 illustrations and an afterword by the Moscow book historian, Yuri Molok.
A heartfelt cry against the legal violence of the hangman's rope.
One of the few marxist evaluations of Shelley's poetry, with the political poems Shelley intended to publish together.
The epic story of the growth of consciousness of a people by Angola's first President.
One of Bulgaria's greatest poets, and posthumous winner of the World Peace Prize.
Written after the Sandinista revolution, poems of warmth, hope and sustenance.