In the run up to Poetry Day Ireland, the Limerick Writers Centre presents UK poet Helen Mort alongside Limerick local Edward O’Dwyer.
Born in Sheffield, Helen Mort’s first collection Division Street won the Fenton Aldeburgh Prize. Her collection No Map Could Show Them (Chatto & Windus) is a PBS Recommendation.
Edward O’Dwyer was selected for Poetry Ireland Introductions in 2010 and he has been shortlisted for the Hennessy Literary award for Emerging Poetry. His debut collection of poetry The Rain on Cruise’s Street, was published by Salmon.
Helen Mort is among the brightest stars in the sparkling new constellation of young British poets - Carol Ann Duffy
Part of April is Poetry Month in Limerick 2018, Limerick Writers’ Centre's month-long festival celebrating the city’s vibrant poetic scene. Find out more.