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Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin - The Second Voyage, 1st ed.

Irish Poetry | Rare & Collectible
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin - The Second Voyage, 1st ed.

1977   54 pages
paperback, 1st ed.
Rare and collectible

"Her voice and technique are so solid, so secure, and contain deep echoes of older poetry, as Irish verse tends to do." Robert Hudson, WorkingPoet.com

$ 25.00

Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill - The Water Horse

Irish Poetry
Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill - The Water Horse

2000   128 pages
paperback
In Irish; translated by Medbh McGuckian and Eilean Ni Chuilleanain

"As is expected to be expected of such a thrilling collaboration between such talented individuals, the results are literary magic. Ni Dhomhnaill's style is at once erudite and down-to-earth, cosmopolitan and parochial." Niall McGrath, The Black Mountain Review

$ 12.95

Nuala Ni Dhomhnail - The Astrakhan Cloak

Irish Poetry
Nuala Ni Dhomhnail - The Astrakhan Cloak

1993   112 pages
paperback
In Irish; translated by Paul Muldoon

"Certainly the work of both poets has much in common: sensuality, wit, irreverence and a delight in lore, legend (particularly local legend) and linguistic dexterity.... The poems often read like spells set to invigorate and intrigue." The Sunday Tribune

$ 10.95

Nuala Ni Dhomhnail - Pharaoh's Daughter

Irish Poetry
Nuala Ni Dhomhnail - Pharaoh's Daughter

1993   160 pages
paperback
In Irish, with translations by thirteen of Ireland's leading poets


"[T]he branching-out, or shape-shifting, from Gaelic myth or folk-song to some less romantic or quirkier emblem of the present, is a constant resource of Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's poetry; and it's one of the ways she has rescued the Irish language from its association with Gaelic League pieties or the pedantries of the past." Times Literary Supplement

$ 10.95

Conor O'Callaghan - Fiction (clothbound, ltd. ed.)

Irish Poetry | Rare & Collectible
Conor O'Callaghan - Fiction (clothbound, ltd. ed.)

2005   80 pages 
clothbound first edition with plain vellum wrapper
Limited, signed, & numbered

Short-listed for the Irish Times Poetry Now Prize

"The Irish poet Conor O'Callaghan ought to have more of a reputation here: few American poets his age (he is thirty-eight) bring to the cozy matter of domesticity so much vigor and readiness. ...The house-of-mirrors deceits and self-deceits of estranged lovers here receive full, impressive representation. ..." Poetry

$ 35.00

Conor O'Callaghan - Fiction (paperback)

Irish Poetry
Conor O'Callaghan - Fiction (paperback)

2005   80 pages
paperback

Short-listed for the Irish Times Poetry Now Prize


"Fiction is good at producing ... darkness-tinged satisfactions." Chris Jennings, Books in Canada

$ 11.95

Conor O'Callaghan - Seatown and Earlier Poems (clothbound)

Irish Poetry
Conor O'Callaghan - Seatown and Earlier Poems (clothbound)

2000   96 pages
clothbound

"Seatown is deft, intelligent, a masterpiece of moody atmospherics. O'Callaghan has painstakingly assembled a faultless body of poems that haunt and persist." Sinéad Morrissey, PN Review

$ 19.95

Conor O'Callaghan - Seatown and Earlier Poems (paperback)

Irish Poetry
Conor O'Callaghan - Seatown and Earlier Poems (paperback)

2000   96 pages
paperback

"O'Callaghan's poetry is marvellously his own. … [Its] bewitching obliquity … obviates neat conclusions. What is evident from Seatown and its predecessor is that Conor O'Callaghan is a gifted poet." Stephen Knight, The Literary Supplement

$ 9.95

Peter Sirr - Selected Poems

Irish Poetry
Peter Sirr - Selected Poems

2005   96 pages
paperback

"...Sirr is at the center of contemporary Irish poetry." Mary-Sherman Willis, Poet Lore

$ 11.95

The New North: Contemporary Poetry from Northern Ireland

Irish Poetry | Anthologies
The New North: Contemporary Poetry from Northern Ireland

October 2008   300 pages
paperback
Selected and with an introduction by Chris Agee

"Wake Forest University Press continues its impressive dedication to Irish poetry ... with The New North: Contemporary Poetry from Northern Ireland. ...[T]he poems and poets offer an insightful, lyrical look into the psyche of 21st-century Northern Ireland." Irish America Magazine, Feb./March2009

This groundbreaking anthology introduces readers to the surprising new voices of 15 younger poets, who “are much more likely to be interested in new technology, ecology, Eastern Europe or bilingualism, than in any expected manifestation of ‘the Northern issue’ … It is indeed the poetry of a new North.” (Chris Agee, from the Introduction). Produced in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Arts.
 

$ 19.95
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