Poetry Ireland Review

Poetry Ireland Review is a highly-regarded journal of poetry. Published three times a year, the Review includes the work of both emerging and established Irish and international poets, essayists, critics and visual artists. 

Issue 133

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Poetry Ireland Review Issue 133 :

Edited by Colette Bryce

Among the poets featured in Poetry Ireland Review 133, edited by Colette Bryce, are Mícheál McCann, Áine Ní Ghlinn, Damian Smyth, Michael Longley, Majella Kelly, and Maria Stepanova, the acclaimed Russian poet, translated here by Sasha Dugdale. 

Poets Liz Quirke, Seán Hewitt, and Mark Ward talk with Sasha de Buyl about queer poetry in Ireland, past and present; Hugh Haughton assesses the rich legacy in poetry gifted to us by the late Derek Mahon; and six poets, including Frank Farrelly, Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe, and Victoria Kennefick, reflect on their route to a first collection.  

Books reviewed include new collections from Geraldine Mills, Paula Meehan, and Greg Delanty, plus a round-up review of new pamphlets, including titles from Audrey Molloy, Breda Spaight, and Joe Carrick-Varty. The cover artwork and images for Poetry Ireland Review 133 are by photographer Tommie Lehane, showing scenes of outdoor activity and play for the spring and summer months to come. 

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