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Shamrock Haiku Journal: 2007 – 2011 By edited by Anatoly Kudryavitsky
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SHAMROCK HAIKU JOURNAL: 2007–2011 is a print edition of the twenty issues of Shamrock, the Journal of the Irish Haiku Society, as they appeared on the Shamrock website. This collection... More > comprises works by 248 authors representing 38 countries. It covers the full range of haiku in English, from classic to experimental styles, as well as haibun. Also included are selected essays on haiku. Shamrock is a quarterly dedicated to publishing and promoting haiku and related forms. Edited by Anatoly Kudryavitsky.< Less
Stowaway By Anatoly Kudryavitsky
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Anatoly Kudryavitsky is a Moscow-born Irish experimental poet, the grandson of an Irishman who ended up in Stalin’s GULAG. He lives in Dublin, Ireland. His collection of poems, "Shadow of... More > Time" was published by Goldsmith Press in 2005, followed by three collections of his haiku, the latest being "Horizon" (Red Moon Press, 2016). Two of his novels, "disUNITY" (2014) and "The Flying Dutchman" (2018) have been published in the UK by Glagoslav. He has also edited and translated into English anthologies of contemporary German, Ukrainian and Russian poetry, "Coloured Handprints" (Dedalus, 2015), "The Frontier" (Glagoslav, 2017) and "Mirror Sand" (Glagoslav, 2018), and edited two anthologies of Irish haiku. He won the Maria Edgeworth Poetry Prize (2003), and the Mihai Eminescu Academy Award for poetry (2017), and was twice nominated for the Pushcart Poetry Prize by the American Journal of Poetry and Shot Glass Journal.< Less
The Speaking Trees By Ciaran O'Driscoll
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Ciaran O'Driscoll lives in Limerick. A member of Aosdána, he has published eight books of poetry, including Gog and Magog (1987), Moving On, Still There (2001), Surreal Man (2006) and Life... More > Monitor (2009). His work has been translated into many languages. Liverpool University Press published his childhood memoir, A Runner Among Falling Leaves (2001). His novel, A Year's Midnight, was published by Pighog Press (2012). His awards include the James Joyce Prize and the Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship in Poetry.< Less
A Dream of Isis By Carole Barley
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Published in respected e and print magazines such as New York's 'Skyline Magazine' 'Stirring', 'Suero' and 'The Critical Poet', Carole's poetry has been described as 'lush and often very sensual,... More > with a style and grace that leaves a richness, like a fine, full flavour on the tongue of the mind'. A Dream of Isis is a voyage to many places, both physical and spiritual; taking inspiration from her native Yorkshire to far flung shores revisited in dream and memory.< Less
Mooie rode zijden liefde Beautiful red silk love By Pearse Hutchinson
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Tweetalige uitgave: Engels en Nederlands. Vertalers: Joris Iven en Peter Flynn. Pearse Hutchinson was born in Glasgow (Scotland) in 1927. His father was an Irish emigrant and active in the IRA in the... More > struggle for Irish independence. In 1932 his parents moved to Dublin, where he now returned – following his many travels. He studied Irish at the Christian Brothers College in Synge Street and Spanish at University College Dublin. He has worked as a journalist and private teacher and has travelled throughout the whole of Europe. He has lived for extended periods in Leeds, Geneva, Bristol en Barcelona. From 1971 till 1973 he was Gregory Fellow of poetry at Leeds University. From 1977 to 1978 he received acclaim from thinkers for his socially critical contributions the weekly radio programme Oro Domhnaigh. Pearse Hutchinson is also one of the co-founders of the literary magazine, Cyphers.< Less
Mooie rode zijden liefde / Beautiful red silk love By Pearse Hutchinson et al.
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First edition 2010. Renewed edition 2012. Bilingual: English/Dutch. Tweetalige uitgave: Engels en Nederlands. Vertalers / TRANSLATORS: Joris Iven en Peter Flynn. Pearse Hutchinson was born in Glasgow... More > (Scotland) in 1927. His father was an Irish emigrant and active in the IRA in the struggle for Irish independence. In 1932 his parents moved to Dublin, where he now returned – following his many travels. He studied Irish at the Christian Brothers College in Synge Street and Spanish at University College Dublin. He has worked as a journalist and private teacher and has travelled throughout the whole of Europe. He has lived for extended periods in Leeds, Geneva, Bristol en Barcelona. From 1971 till 1973 he was Gregory Fellow of poetry at Leeds University. From 1977 to 1978 he received acclaim from thinkers for his socially critical contributions the weekly radio programme Oro Domhnaigh. Pearse Hutchinson is also one of the co-founders of the literary magazine, Cyphers.< Less

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