Blaris Moor


Medbh McGuckian

Medbh McGuckian extended the range of Irish poetry. Her gloriously mysterious work calls to mind the rhapsodic utterances of Emily Dickinson...
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Second Childhood


John Montague

John Montague’s collection of new poems circles back to familiar subjects ...
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Liner Notes


Ciaran Berry

The poems in Ciaran Berry’s third collection consider questions of what it means to grow up somewhere and grow away from somewhere...
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From There to Here


Ciaran Carson

Selected Poems and Translations

From his dazzling, astonishingly inventive translations...
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This One High Field


Michelle O’Sullivan

In this, her third collection, Michelle O’Sullivan returns to now familiar settings…
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Against the Clock


Derek Mahon

A surprising and exciting development, brings together Derek Mahon’s recent work......
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Collected Poems


Dermot Healy

The shovels / work like oars
rowing the dead man / from this world
to the next.
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The Last Straw


Tom French

Tom French’s fourth collection, The Way to Work (2016), continues to explore the territory he has been making his own since his astonishing 2001 debut, Touching the Bones. 
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The Night Joe Dolan’s Car Broke Down


Padraic McIntyre

On a stormy St Stephen’s Night people wait in The Glenaduff Inn... 
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Given Light


Michael Coady

Given Light, Michael Coady’s most moving book to date, incorporates — in his own inimitable style — poetry, prose and photographs.
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Lamentations


Paul Muldoon

A translation of a classic 18th-century Irish poem introduces a dramatic reimagining of the heartrending rage of ‘The Lament for Art O’Leary’...
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Deeds and Their Days


Peter Fallon

Peter Fallon’s widely acclaimed translation of The Georgics of Virgil appeared in ...
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Live Streaming


Conor O’Callaghan

Live Streaming, Conor O’Callaghan’s first book since The Sun King was...
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Stay


Andrew Jamison

‘Clearly enraptured with language and sound . . . Jamison is an impressive new...
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The Coast Road


Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh

Bilingual (Translations by thirteen writers)

There I was and will be again,
making sense, or trying to,
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Four Sides Full


Vona Groarke

Four Sides Full is a personal essay by one of Ireland’s...
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Collected Plays: Volume One


Brian Friel

The first of five volumes presenting the complete plays of Brian Friel...
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The Boys
of Bluehill


Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin

Music permeates the collection which also features elegies and poems about language...
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The Way In


John McAuliffe

  John McAuliffe’s new book continues to explore a contemporary life whose domestic spaces and routines are lovingly itemized and reassembled...
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