Charles Causley: Collected Poems
Maurice Lindsay: Collected Poems 1940-1990
Chris Wallace-Crabbe: I’m Deadly Serious
Ian Crockatt: Flood Alert
Douglas Brooks-Davies (ed): Jane Austen: Poems and Favourite Poems
Tom Bryan: North East Passage
Maura Dooley: Explaining Magnetism
Keki Daruwalla: Crossing of Rivers and Keeper of the Dead
Tony Lopez: Data Shadow
Thom Gunn: Shelf Life
Alan Riach (ed.): Hugh MacDiarmid: Selected Prose
Christopher Isherwood: Exhumations: Stories, Articles, Verses
Bruce King: Derek Walcott and West Indian Drama
And two E.F. Benson books (Cat, wonder if you've read him).
* The exciting part was in turning up early enough so as to avoid lines and then realise that I'd forgotten my library card (having transferred everything but that to the bag I was carrying); then attempting to charm the staff to let me in without it; failing; making a mad dash back home - thank god it was a Sunday - getting the wretched card and returning with two minutes to spare and to take my place in a long, snaking line.
PS: I must be the last person in the world to realise this, but staying away from the blog - and everyone else's blogs - makes for some astonishing increase in productivity. I think I shall stick with this.