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Best of Irish Poetry 2009
Best of Irish Poetry 2010

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Songs of Earth and Light

Songs of Earth and Light
Barbara Korun poems translated by Theo Dorgan

 

 

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Done Dating DJs
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Richesses: Francophone Songwriter Poets
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Paul CaseyPaul Casey’s poetry is published in five of his six spoken languages. His début collection is home more or less (Salmon Poetry, 2012) and he was awarded a Cork City Council Artist’s Bursary to complete his second, forthcoming from Salmon in 2016. A chapbook, It’s Not all Bad, appeared from The Heaventree Press in 2009, and in 2010 he produced a poetry-film version of Ian Duhig’s poem, The Lammas Hireling. His poetry is undergoing translation into Italian through Gilgamesh Edizioni and he has recently had poems published in The Pickled Body, Colony, Crannóg, And Agamemnon Dead, North West Words, New Eyes on the Great Book, Levure Littéraire and Brain of Forgetting. He is poet in residence each May for the Bealtaine festival, in three elderly homes in county Cork. He also edits the annual Unfinished Book of Poetry featuring verse written by transition year students from Cork city schools. He is director of the Ó Bhéal poetry series in Cork city.

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Index

Poetry

Issue 19

Bare Feet on Hot Tar
Issue 28 kudzu

Reviews of Casey's work

Issue 23A

Dave Lordan on home more or less
Issue 29A Róisín Kelly on Virtual Tides

Reviews written by Casey

Issue 16

on Rosemary Canavan's Trucker's Moll
Issue 16 on Leanne O'Sullivan's Cailleach: The Hag of Beara

 

 

   
 
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