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House of Bees

- Stephen Murray

“If you are in Hell, or intend going there, take this book with you as a charm. The devils down there will fear you and know you as one of their own.” Dave Lordan

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Hurting God - Part Essay Part Rhyme

- Rita Ann Higgins

God, púcas, jiving factory girls, a crocodile-wielding father, long-lost lives and equally long-lost multinationals all form part of the brilliant world of Rita Ann Higgins's collection of essays and poems, Hurting God - Part E...

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Jewel

- Peadar O'Donoghue

Jewel is a love song for life, at times unrequited but a love song nonetheless, the good the bad and the ugly aspects of modern life are mirrored from the degradation of unemployment to the scandalous indifference of the Ca...

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Little Murders Everywhere

- Rebecca Morgan Frank

This lyrical chorus of elegies tracks a contemporary city dweller’s observations of a decaying world ripe with miscommunications and the pecadillos and pitfalls of interpersonal relationships. Through wry laments for love lost, addresses to imagined ghostly figure...

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Mad for Meat

- Kevin Simmonds

San Francisco poet and musician, Kevin Simmonds, trained as a classical singer but grew up in jazz, blues and gospel-drenched New Orleans. His poems travel the distance from a southern spiritual's lamentation to gay men in a Bangkok sex club to competitive hot...

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Mentioning the War: Essays & Reviews 1999-2011

- Kevin Higgins

Best known for his dark, satirical poems, Kevin Higgins published his first book review in The Galway Advertiser in June 1999. Reading

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Merman

- Jean O'Brien

From the mythological Merman of the title poem, which won the 2010 Arvon International Poetry Award, to the imagina...

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Nest

- Ed Madden

Ed Madden’s third book of poetry, Nest, is a book about home. In these elegant, conflicted, and deeply human poems, he explores troubling questions about family, love, regret, and belonging—the homes we leave and ...

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