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Jo Slade

Jo Slade lives and works in Limerick. She is the author of four collections of poetry: In Fields I Hear Them Sing (Salmon Publishing, 1989); The Vigilant One (Salmon Publishing, 1994), which was nominated for the Irish Times/Aer Lingus Literature Prize; Certain Octobers (Editions Eireanna, Quimper France, 1997), a dual language English/French edition, which received a publication bursary from the Centre du Livre, Paris France; and City of Bridges (Salmon Publishing, 2005). A chapbook of poems, The Artist’s Room was published by Pighog Press (Brighton, 2010.) She was nominated in 2003 for the ‘Prix Evelyn Encelot’ Ecriture Prize (Maison des Ecrivains, Paris). Her poems have been translated into French, Spanish, Romanian,  Russian & Slovenian.  She has been published in journals and anthologies in Ireland and abroad. In 2012 she was editor of The Stony Thursday Book, a journal of contemporary poetry. She has exhibited her paintings widely in Ireland and in France. A new collection of poetry, The Painter’s House was published by Salmon Publishing in September 2013.

 

 

 

 

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Poetry

Issue 17

November Day
Issue 24 Cells
Issue 33 Diary Entry: Light

 

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Issue 25A

Bridget Sprouls on The Painter's House
 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 
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