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...

Nests of Memory

‘These three fine and finely-produced books all maintain the Gallery gold standard, representing different generations in the contemporary Irish canon. McAuliffe and Quinn, exiles in the UK and Czech Republic respectively, find common ground in their...
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