Editor Ravi Mirchandani talks about A Little Life
‘Sunjeev had grown from a debut full of verve and ambition to a mature novel in one graceful and confident leap.’
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This January, we launched the #PicadorClassic series with twenty-four novels. But we didn’t stop there. We’ve added a further fifteen titles into this spectacular list.
by Paul Farley
I’m looking for a classical umbrella,
the kind Freud dreamt of, newly evolved
from walking-stick, before it lost its ferrule
by Billy Collins
This morning as I walked along the lakeshore,
I fell in love with a wren
and later in the day with a mouse
the cat had dropped under the dining room table.
by Peter Porter
I have no new shell to retreat to
Having scanned the beach (it has never
Seemed so wide and such a tympanum
For the thundering ocean) and watched the gulls
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