In the Light Of
(after Illuminations by Arthur Rimbaud)
Protean poet and masterful translator transmutes Rimbaud’s prose poems into sparkling verse.
In a Town of Five Thousand People
The playwright’s fifth collection of poems: fiery, refracted observations of family, art and community.
The High Caul Cap
Peerlessly original poet focuses on illness and loss to make a love song of lament.
Translated by Seamus Heaney and Stanislaw Baranczak.
A new edition of Laments, the 16th-century Polish master’s heart-rending responses to the death of his daughter...
The Sun King
Conor O'Callaghan's first collection in eight years includes an elegy for the 'boom', an office building's 'server room', and a string of couplets from Twitter….
From ancient Greece to recent France — Oedipus, the Bacchae, Phaedra and Cyrano de Bergerac feature in the poet’s collected drama of the human community.
Fathers and Sons
The relationship between fathers and sons permeates Brian Friel’s plays and lies at the heart of this masterful dramatization of Turgenev’s novel.
The Gallery Press – publishers of Irish Poetry and Drama.
Leading literary publishers of contemporary Irish poetry, drama and, occasionally, prose.
Established in 1970 to publish contemporary Irish poetry, The Gallery Press has long been recognized as the standard bearer of Irish literary publishing.
It has been our privilege to publish more than four hundred titles which show off the finest Irish writing by established and emerging authors. Our titles have won praise and prizes for their content and design. It is our aim where possible to use Irish art on what has become the ‘distinctive look’ of our cover designs.
Based in Loughcrew, Oldcastle, County Meath in the Irish midlands The Gallery Press occupies a unique position in contemporary publishing – it is a ‘small press’ with a national and international reputation.
The founder and editor is Peter Fallon.