In his most wide-ranging work to date, Eamonn Wall probes and meditates on the histories, habitations, landscapes and ecologies of ancestral and newly-encountered places. A Tour of Your Count...
Activities of Daily Living
- Larry O. Dean
“Activities of daily living” are routine occupations that people do every day without needing assistance. Larry O. Dean’s latest book examines those quotidian enterprises—reading and writing email, watching TV, going out to eat, working a job, parking the car, grocery shopping, online purchas...
- Patrick Hicks
Thousands of childless couples in North America are increasingly turning to international adoption in order to become parents. While there are many wonderful things about transracial international adoption, it is—at its heart—a breaking away. To adopt a child from...
- Dani Gill
Every person is like a piece of gold. If you were a gold ring, a gold watch, a gold chain, you could say "I am a ring, a watch, a chain", but these are temporary shapes. In truth, you are just gold – that is your essence, no matter how the shape changes.
- Mark Granier
"What I like about Mark Granier's work is his sense of the edgy play in words themselves, together with his straightforward command of narrative happenings. In their lightness of lyric touch, these poems introduce a speaking imagi...
All I Can Recall
- Paul Genega
All I Can Recall is Paul Genega’s fifth full-length collection of poetry and his third with Salmon. The poems here attempt to piece together the seminal, sometimes traumatic, events which forge identity and inform our ...
Allow The Stars To Catch Me When I Rise
- Adam Hughes
Allow the Stars to Catch Me When I Rise, the third collection of poetry from Adam Hughes, takes the reader on a mystical journey; a pilgrimage. Found in these pages is life in all of its variety and seduction. Thi...
Along The Liffey: Poems and Short Stories
- Sheila O'Hagan
Sheila O'Hagan began writing in
1984 while studying at Birkbeck College, London University. In 1988 she
won the Goldsmith Award for Poetry, and in 1990 returned to her native
Dublin. In 1991 she won the Patrick Kavanagh A...