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It's Time

 
- Eamonn Lynskey

Eamonn Lynskey’s poems live on the edge of things – people’s ordinary lives as much as global concerns – and like all edges they can be razor-sharp. His is a voice unafraid to speak about political urgencies but also well sourced in everyday language and available form.  A thought-provok...

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Trusting Distance

 
- Noel Hanlon

“Like letters from a cherished friend, Noël Hanlon’s poems are intimate and generous, unconcealing, deeply observant of loss, of family, of love.  Her connection to the natural world runs deep, and when she reflects on the mysteries of the earth and the heart--the solace of the night sky...

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Song of Songs 2.0

 
- Kevin Higgins

“Ireland’s accomplished political poet and satirist Kevin Higgins”, 
Diarmaid Ferriter, The Irish Times 

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Rise

 
- Elaine Feeney

‘Feeney’s poems have a pounding physical presence yet they run away with the mind.’
Mike McCormack

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Tides Shifting Across My Sitting Room Floor

 
- Anne Tannam

"A profound and tender read that requires cups of tea, a sense of humour and a packet of tissues. At turns comforting and heart-breaking, the poems address life and death without sentimentality as the poet skillfully navigates relationships with loved ones, h...

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Bad News, Good News, Bad News

 
- Edward O'Dwyer

These vigorous poems tackle the world head-on, questioning our perception of what is real and what is mere fabrication. In scenes snatched from personal relationships, from popular culture, the internet and religion, O'Dwyer displays a timeless creative sensi...

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After Love

 
- Dani Gill

Every person is like a piece of gold. If you were a gold ring, a gold watch, a gold chain, you could say "I am a ring, a watch, a chain", but these are temporary shapes. In truth, you are just gold – that is your essence, no matter how the shape changes.


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gotta get a message to you

 
- Frank Golden

The visual arts have long been used by Frank Golden as co-ordinates for the generation of poetic narratives and sequences. gotta get a message to you continues this preoccupation with narrative, in this instance looking at characters at moments of crisi...

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