Irish Times Best Books of 2016

Delighted to see a few mentions of Gallery authors in the Irish Times Best Books of 2016:   Vona Groarke’s Four Sides Full . . . such an intriguing read. Part autobiography, part essay, it explores life and art in the way that only a poet can. — Olivia O’Leary   The...

Books of 2015 – Irish Independent

In poetry I was moved by What Just Happened by Sara Berkeley Tolchin. She works as a hospice nurse in America and the everyday realities of death pervade poems that reflect on nursing and explore the relationships between mothers and daughters, written in the shadow...

Scapegoat Review – Poetry Magazine

Scapegoat Review – Poetry Magazine   Gillis’s skillful modulation of tone and his aphoristic precision allow him to create moments that ring true to feeling and afterthought, articulating the complex emotional resonance of memory. The opening poem,...

Glowing Review of ‘The Way In’ in Southword

Subtlety is a word that defines the poetry of John McAuliffe, whose previous collection, Of All Places was a Poetry Book Society recommendation. The title of his fourth collection, The Way In, suggests that he is an intuitive poet, who waits until he finds the right...
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