Edward Thomas: A Portrait
by R. George Thomas.
Oxford University Press. Hardback, £57.00: ISBN 978-0-19-818527-7.
Edward Thomas: A Life in Pictures
by Richard Emeny.
Enitharmon Press. Hardback, £30.00:
Edward Thomas: The Last Four Years
by Eleanor Farjeon.
Faber. Paperback, £16.00: ISBN 9780571269891.
Now All Roads Lead to France:
The Last Years of Edward Thomas
by Matthew Hollis.
Faber. Hardback, £20.00: ISBN 13-978-0571245987.
by Stan Smith.
Faber. Paperback, £3.95:
Under Storm’s Wing
by Helen Thomas.
Carcanet. Paperback, £9.95:
A Conscious Englishman
by Margaret Keeping.
StreetBooks. Paperback, £9.95: ISBN 978-0-9564242-3-5.
A novel which explores Edward Thomas’s personality and relationships in the final years of his life.
Edward Thomas’s Poets
edited by Judy Kendall.
Carcanet. Paperback, £14.95: ISBN 978-1-904634-35-5.
For the first time, letters by Edward Thomas about writing and publishing are set alongside his poems, revealing the occasions of their composition and illuminating the processes of recollection, revision and development that transformed him into a poet. Interleaved with Thomas’s own poems and letters are works by the literary friends whom he criticised and admired, and whose influence he absorbed: Walter de la Mare, W.H. Hudson, Robert Frost, Eleanor Farjeon and others.
Edward Thomas: the Origins of his Poetry
by Judy Kendall.
University of Wales Press. Paperback, £24.99: ISBN 978-0-7083-2403-5.
Edward Thomas: Birdsong and Flight
by Judy Kendall.
Cecil Woolf War Poet series. Paperback, £12.95: ISBN 978-1-907286-36-0.
Under the Same Moon: Edward Thomas and the English Lyric by Edna Longley.
Enitharmon Press. Hardback, £25.00:
Edward Thomas and Contemporary Poetry
(revised edition, 2014)
edited by Guy Cuthbertson and Lucy Newlyn.
Enitharmon. Hardback, £15.00:
Land Writings: Excursions in the Footprints of Edward Thomas by James Riding.
Cambridge Scholars. Hardback, £58.99: ISBN 978-1-4438-9138-7.
On Edward Thomas
by Norman G. Brett James, Duncan Williams, E S P Haynes, Norman Douglas, Edward Garnett and Clifford Bax.
Tributes to Edward Thomas. Edition limited to 110 copies (100 for sale), hand-set at the Tragara Press. Bound in Cockerell paper boards with a linen spine. £30. Published by Demeter Press, Joan Stevens, 3 High Street, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, PE16 6BE. Email: email@example.com
Elected Friends: Poems for and about Edward Thomas
compiled by Anne Harvey.
Enitharmon. Paperback, £9.95: ISBN 1-870612-72-8.
Edward Thomas: Paintings and Drawings by Valerie McLean.
Fineleaf Editions. Hardback, £19.95: ISBN 978-1-907741-34.
Order from the artist’s website.
Edward Thomas: From Adlestrop to Arras by Jean Moorcroft Wilson. Bloomsbury 2015 ISBN 978-1-4081-8713-5. £27.00 HB (www.bloomsbury.com)
The Nature of Modernism: Ecocritical Approaches to the Poetry of Edward Thomas, T.S.Eliot, Edith Sitwell and Charlotte Mew by Elizabeth Black. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature. Routledge 2018. ISBN978-1-138-24409-2. £110. HB
Edward Thomas and Wales by Jeff Towns, Parthian 2018.
ISBN 978-1-912681-12-9. £9.99 PB
The Letters of Edward Thomas to Jesse Berridge, Edited and Introduced by Anthony Berridge,
Enitharmon 1983. ISBN 0905289 38 2
Cyder Press Publications
The Cyder Press is an imprint of the University of Gloucestershire. Its books can be bought online or by direct approach to the School of Humanities, University of Gloucestershire, The Park, Cheltenham, Glos., GL50 2QF. Relevant titles include:
The Country. Facsimile of 1913 edition
Keats. Facsimile of 1916 edition
Four and Twenty Blackbirds. Facsimile of 1915 edition
Edward Thomas and Thomas Hardy. All known Thomas writings about Hardy including correspondence between them.
Edward Thomas on the Georgians. Collected reviews of the Georgian Poets
North of Boston by Robert Frost. Facsimile of 1913 edition with contemporaneous reviews by Thomas.
All items are introduced and edited by specialists in the relevant fields. Prices range from £5.00 to £10.00.
Oxford University Press
The Press is in the middle of publishing seven volumes of Edward Thomas’s prose. To date volumes covering autobiographies, writings on England and Wales, critical studies and biographies have been published. The general Editors are Professor Lucy Newlyn and Dr Guy Cuthbertson. For full details please see OUP’s website or contact OUP direct at Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP.
The Press also publishes Selected Letters, edited by Professor R. George Thomas.