Weird and wonderful poetry titles – first instalment

April is National Poetry Month. To mark this occasion we have searched SUNCAT for weird and wonderful poetry titles. There are so many that we thought that we would have two instalments!

  • The Amaranth. A Semi – Monthly Publication, Devoted to
    Polite Literature, Science, Poetry and Amusement.
  • Amethyst arsenic : poetry and art.
  • Bad poetry quarterly.
  • The comic almanack : an ephemeris in jest and ernest
    containing merry tales, humourous poetry, quips, and
    oddities / by Thackeray, Albert Smith, Gilbert à Beckett, the Brothers
    Mayhew … ; illustrations by George Cruikshank and other artists.
  • Full of Crow poetry.
  • Half drunk muse.
  • The illustrated ape : fiction, pictures, poetry, pop!.
  • The long grass waving : poetry
    and prose from members of the after school clubs at Ironville & Codnor Park
    Primary school.
  • Meat plough : the journal of trangressive poetry and art.
  • Miscellanies over claret, or, the friends to the tavern, the
    best friends to poetry being a collection of
    poems, translations, etc. to be continued monthly from the Rose-Tavern without
  • A narrow fellow : journal of poetry.
  • Oddrot : the journal of funny bizarre and subversive poetry.
  • Parody: poetry for the world as it really is.
  • Poetry of my shoulders.
  • Wheels : a vehicle for modern poetry.
  • xStream.
  • Averse to poetry.
  • Beyond bones.
  • Dark lady poetry.
  • Literal latté.
  • Hearse : a vehicle used to convey the dead.
  • Mastodon dentist : a poetry magazine.
  • Message from nowhere = Message de nulle part : collection of
    poetry, drawings & criticism / edited by E.L.T. Mesens.
  • Risk behaviour : poems from the Poetry business competition.
  • Affection’s keepsake.
  • The bitter oleander.
  • Bo heem e um.
  • Bright pink mosquito.
  • Penny dreadful : tales and poems of fantastic terror.
  • Random acts of writing.

Look out for our next instalment of weird and wonderful poetry titles later this month.

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