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Massacre of the Birds

 
- Mary O'Donnell

The range of poems in Massacre of the Birds moves from an encounter with water creatures in ‘Hanging House in a Canal’ to the appearance of a satyr in O’Donnell’s back garden in ‘Muse.’ Mythic nature abounds, but wake-up calls to social denial a...

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Pathogens Love A Patsy - Pandemic and Other Poems

 
- Rita Ann Higgins

In Pathogens Love A Patsy, Rita Ann Higgins bears witness to a moment in Irish life unlike any seen in a century: the Covid-19 crisis. Many of these pandemic poems, broadcast on Brendan O’Connor’s RTÉ Radio 1 radio show, were composed weekly in d...

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Smitten Soul

 
- Gabriel Fitzmaurice

“A wonderfully coherent and satisfying collection – and a very moving one. I was thinking of Seamus Heaney and Emily Dickinson talking about telling the truth slant: this book tells it four-square. It is wonderful”. 
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Katie - Poems for the Young and Young at Heart

 
- Gabriel Fitzmaurice

Completed before his A Farewell to PoetryKatie: Poems for the Young and Young at Heart gathers the best of Gabriel Fitzmaurice’s poems dealing with the first five years of his granddaughter’s, Katie Crowl...

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A Beautiful Pain

 
- Catherine Barry

Don’t judge me for dying.
Don’t judge me for still being alive.

“There is an urgency to Catherine Barry's work, a determination to take the reader's arm and make the...

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Do Not Touch

 
- Sandra Ann Winters

“Sandra Ann Winters’ ‘Our Irish Garden’ is a delicious procession of rhyming couplets using an extended garden metaphor…” 
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The Chanter's Reed

 
- James Ragan

Praise for James Ragan's Poetry

“James Ragan’s poems spare no passion in believing they sing.”
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In the Kingdom of Autumn

 
- Daniel Thomas Moran

Moran’s is an egalitarian poetry which will attract readers who do not usually read poetry and this is as great an achievement as any high modernist grail.

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