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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Peter Sirr

How poor the man who’d love
and not increase by it.
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Second Childhood

John Montague

John Montague’s collection of new poems circles back to familiar subjects ...
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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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Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye

Jim Nolan

The cream rises to the top. What’s left is expendable . . .
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Rising to the Rising

Paul Muldoon

Rising to the Rising collects Paul Muldoon’s various responses in English and Irish to commission...
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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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The Flower and the Frozen Sea

Michelle O'Sullivan

The Flower and the Frozen Sea follows Michelle O'Sullivan's auspicious debut...
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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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New Selected Poems

Derek Mahon

New Selected Poems is a book of singular abundance and formal verve...
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Marina Carr

‘How glorious it all was. How glorious they all were.
We mustn’t judge things by their end.’
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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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From Elsewhere

Ciaran Carson

From Elsewhere is the latest reach into another source by the ingenious translator of...
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Tom French

Tom French’s third collection opens with the poet alone with his newborn son in a delivery room...
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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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Mickey Finn's Air

Gerald Dawe

Mickey Finn’s Air, Gerald Dawe’s eighth collection of poems, revels in how memory plays...
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The Travels of Sorrow

Dermot Healy

The Travels of Sorrow is a windfall, the last gift of a compelling, original and charismatic artist.
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Thomas Kilroy

CATHERINE My Will has visions. That is all. He doesn't live in the world as other ...
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