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Tony Curtis

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Tony Curtis's new collection grows out of his fascination with the everyday, the quirky, the downright extraordinary. These are poems wrapped up in love and death, friendship
and memory, madness and music - with folk at the heart of every one of them. He has a wonderful ability to express great depth of feeling with deceptive simplicity.

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Wheel

Michael O'Neill

Wheel

"Michael O'Neill's poems often begin by cutting straight to the point. This makes for great vividness and the sense that we are right at the heart of things, allowing the poet to be learned or allusive or private without losing contact with the real. Wheel is a book of sympathy and insight that takes its place in your mind unforgettably." Bernard O'Donoghue

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By the Hearth in Min a' Lea

Cathal Ó Searcaigh

By the Hearth in Min a' Lea

Whether writing about the beautiful Donegal landscape, or as a gay man about the intense emotions of love, or about voice and events from the past that resonate in the present, or simply telling a story, Searcaigh is always honest, clear-sighted and unafraid, lyrical, tender and funny: he tells it how it is.

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What Darkness Covers

Tony Curtis

What Darkness Covers

This is a beautiful and haunting book, full of things remembered and half-remembered, strange resonances emanating from the Irish landscape and way of life, and the poet's insight into a poet's existence.

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Nights Without Stars, Days Without Sun

Conleth O'Connor

Nights Without Stars, Days Without Sun

Nights Without Stars, Days Without Sun is a collection of O'Connor's best work - characteristically bleak and quite uncompromising in its readiness to deal with human misery and despair - along with a selection of poems he wrote before he died.

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Another Nation

Michael O'Loughlin

Another Nation

"O'Loughlin has been a hidden voice in Irish writing; his exile in Europe has given him dark insights into our won exile in Ireland. His poetic tone is sure and clear, and certain poems in this book ... are real masterpieces." Colm Tóibín

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Releasing Stone

David Morley

Releasing Stone

The poems in this collection received a major Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors in 1989, and a Tyrone Guthrie Award from Northern Arts in 1988. This is David Morley's first published collection.

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Milesian Fables

Alexis Lykiard

Milesian Fables

Alexis Lykiard writes: "During 1968-9 I was living in a small cottage in the Wicklow Mountains, Eire. I tried the experiment of a poetry-journal. Milesian Fables was the result.

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