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Mary O'DonnellMary ODonnell is a poet, novelist and short-story writer Her poetry titles include such as The Place of Miracles, Unlegendary Heroes, The Ark Builders, and in 2015 Those April Fevers. She also wrote the best-selling literary novel The Light-Makers, Virgin and the Boy, The Elysium Testament, Storm over Belfast and Where They Lie. She has been a teacher and has worked intermittently in journalism, especially theatre criticism. In 2010 she has co-edited a book of translations from the Galician (To the Winds Our Sails, Salmon Poetry). She presented and scripted three series of poetry programmes for RTÉ Radio, including a series on poetry in translation during 2005 and 2006 called Crossing the Lines and taught creative writing at Maynooth University, and worked on the faculty of Carlow University Pittsburghs MFA programme in creative writing for eleven years.

A response from Inpress Books UK to her recent collection Those April Fevers: "This sharp, distinctive collection soars like verse and sings with a unique emotional intensity. Decisive. Ruthless. Brilliant."

 

 

Index

 

Poetry

Issue 16

Lines to My Ancestors
Issue 29 The pulp of almonds
Issue 29A Photograph, Painting, Poem

 

Fiction

Issue 20

Lifting Skin

 

 

 

 

   
 
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