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where the lost things go

 
- Anne Casey

where the lost things go traces the experience of losing oneself through life’s most formative journeys. Fly back and forth through four decades in narratives bridging the west of Ireland and Australia – buffeted by grief, betrayal and dislocation; glid...

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Map and Atlas

 
- Joan McBreen

Joan McBreen’s Map and Atlas comes to us from a confluence of two great rivers; two streams of thought, the one private, the other public. Her map-work has been achieved through observation and memory, through a restle...

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Flight Paths Over Finglas

 
- Rachael Hegarty

This powerful debut collection takes us back to ‘the hatchling, nestling, fledgling grounds’ of Finglas where Rachael Hegarty was born and reared. Portrait of a working class community, portrait of a dispossessed and politically betrayed community, portrait o...

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Dreampaths Of A Runaway

 
- Louise C. Callaghan

“A quality of natural-seeming grace is perhaps the most affecting thing about Louise C. Callaghan’s poems. The grace of a river flowing smoothly into the past, its waters sunlit but containing dark and possibly disturbing depths.”

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Ghostlight - New & Selected Poems

 
- Mark Granier

Mark Granier is a meditative observer, offering us moments of suffused, painterly stillness. In his work there is no undue clamour to be heard, no flashy flailing about in order to be noticed. This might seem to be diffidence, but I perceive it as integritas....

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It's Time

 
- Eamonn Lynskey

Eamonn Lynskey’s poems live on the edge of things – people’s ordinary lives as much as global concerns – and like all edges they can be razor-sharp. His is a voice unafraid to speak about political urgencies but also well sourced in everyday language and available form.  A thought-provok...

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Trusting Distance

 
- Noel Hanlon

“Like letters from a cherished friend, Noël Hanlon’s poems are intimate and generous, unconcealing, deeply observant of loss, of family, of love.  Her connection to the natural world runs deep, and when she reflects on the mysteries of the earth and the heart--the solace of the night sky...

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Song of Songs 2.0

 
- Kevin Higgins

“Ireland’s accomplished political poet and satirist Kevin Higgins”, 
Diarmaid Ferriter, The Irish Times 

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