Lucy Collins’ Poetry by Women in Ireland: A Critical Anthology 1870-1970, published by Liverpool University Press in 2012, has made a crucial intervention in the field of Irish women’s literary history. As one reviewer described it, it reveals ‘a hitherto hidden history of poetry’…
Sneak preview of Sunday's upcoming @PoetryProgRTE 7:30pm @RTERadio1 with @polina_reprint & @mckennalinda . @poetryireland @Doirepress @dedaluspress @artscouncil_ie @ArtsCouncilNI @ACNIWriting @IWWNetwork @IrishLitSoc @IrishTimesBooks @RTE_Culture https://www.rte.ie/culture/2020/1116/1178518-the-poetry-programme-meet-polina-cosgrave-and-linda-mckenna/
Thank you to everyone for such a positive response to our Katharine Tynan book, "The Death Spancel and Others"!
#IrishLiterature #Supernatural #Macabre #ReadWomen
I'll be packing orders all through the weekend. If you'd like to order: http://www.swanriverpress.ie/titles.html
Anyone out there interested in supernatural and macabre writing by Irish women?
If so, we're expecting this back from the printer on Thursday. It's been in the works for a better part of three years now. Cover by @SlothHoffman
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