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an admirable concern to keep lines open to writing in Ireland, Scotland, Wales and America.
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Caoilinn Hughes finalist for New Zealand Post Book Awards 2014
We are delighted to announce that Irish-born poet Caoilinn Hughes is a finalist in the 2014 New Zealand Post Book Awards with her debut collection Gathering Evidence. read more
Commemorating the Centenary of World War I
The 4th August marks 100 years since Britain declared war on Germany. read more
Sinead Morrissey reads from T S Eliot Prize-winning Parallax at the Royal Fesitval HallListen
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Poem of the Day
An Emotion Constitutes a Magical Transformation of the World
A deepening ensues - like the feeling of watchingTaken from 'New Poetries II'...
the chiaroscuro being added to a charcoal portrait of yourself
after you've finished posing. You can do nothing now but witness
the accretion of shades - the plush layering - a revelation by smudging.
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