A chapbook of her poetry, Rootless , is available to read free online at Smithereens Press. Her first chapbook, The Hunger , was published with Willet Press in New Poetry by Lindsey Bellosa. Dip Ed. She co-founded a community writing project and she teaches a residential course at Kylemore Abbey every summer. She works for Villanova University in Ireland. She published a single pamphlet of poems, Magnificat, from The Candle Press in Rathgar in , which sold for sixpence. Her brother Joseph Mary was executed for his part in the rising.
She was long-listed for the Fish Poetry Prize in She was guest editor for The Scaldy Detail She is currently working on a second collection of poetry, as well as other projects. Born in Wexford, Maggie lives in Dingle, Co. She worked as a commissioning editor of literary fiction at Telegram Books in London before returning to Ireland with her family in She won a Geoffrey Dearmer Prize in and her chapbook Poems was published by the Wordsworth Trust , where she was a writer in residence in Csilla makes videopoems, available on her website: www.
Shortlisted Vallum Poetry Award Montreal Poem for Patience , and Rita Ann Higgins was born in Galway. She has published ten collections of poetry, her most recent being Ireland is Changing Mother , Bloodaxe , a memoir in prose and poetry Hurting God Salmon She is the author of six stage plays and one screen play. She has been awarded numerous prizes and awards, among others an honorary professorship. Raucous, anarchic, witty and sympathetic, her poems chronicle the lives of the Irish dispossessed in ways that are both provocative and heart-warming. The Mission by Rita Ann Higgins. Her second collection Forest Music was published by Shearsman Books in Shearsman published her chapbook The Sun-Artist : a book of pattern poems in She lives in Drogheda, Co.
Anne Tannam on Poethead. Caroline Johnstone is originally from Northern Ireland, now living in Ayrshire.
Since , she has been telling stories through her poetry, writing mainly on philosophical, political and life experience themes. She is a Scottish Poetry Library Ambassador, a member of the Federation of Writers Scotland , has been interviewed by children and parents in Dubai at a poetry workshop there, helps with the social media for the cross-community group Women Aloud NI, is part of the FreshAyr initiative and their poetry events, and she runs The Moving On Poetry Group weekly in Kilmarnock. Catherine Conlon lives in Celbridge, Co.
She has been shortlisted for the RTE P.
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Her short stories have been published in Stories for the Ear and Boyne Berries. Barbara Smith lives in County Louth, Ireland. She is a frequent reader with The Poetry Divas , a collective that read at festivals such as Electric Picnic. Jessica Traynor is from Dublin. Her first collection, Liffey Swim , was published by Dedalus Press in She is the recipient of the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary. She also works as a freelance dramaturg. She is co-editor of poetry newspaper Skylight Elaine Cosgrove was born in Sligo, Ireland in Transmissions , her debut collection of poetry was published by Dedalus Press Jo Burns comes originally from Maghera, County Derry.
Jessamine O Connor lives in south Sligo, and comes from Dublin. Both are favourably reviewed in Sabotage Reviews. In she won The British Tanka Award. She also judged the British Haiku Award and Black Horse Running , her first collection of haiku, tanka and haibun, was published in Home is Kilrea, County Derry. Elaine Feeney is considered a leading part of political contemporary Irish writers.
She is currently working on a novel. Her use of irony is delicious. Her comments on the human condition, which run throughout her lines, are in the tradition of Dean Swift and she rightfully takes her place alongside Eavan Boland and Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill as a very, very important Irish voice. She previously worked in publishing and now works in politics. She is working on her first novel and on a collection of poetry.
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She has been published by Wordlegs and The Weary Blues. Helen Harrison was raised on the Wirral, seven miles from Liverpool, by Irish parents, and has lived most of her adult life in the border countryside of Co Monaghan, Ireland where she is married with a grown-up daughter.
Her first collection of poetry The Last Fire was published during by Lapwing. She taught for many years, in further and adult education and in Shimna Integrated College. She is interested in keeping poetry open to its audience, including people without long years of schooling.
One was made into a sculpture and is on permanent display in Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick. She has won the Down Arts, Mourne Observer and Segora poetry prizes and has been listed in competitions. From The Gallery Press. The Bond by Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill. Anora Mansour is a graduate of the University of Oxford.
She lives between Oxford and Dublin. She has been published in a collection of Jazz Poems, various online sites, and has her own published collection of poetry and blog. She is African-American and Irish. Eleanor Hooker in an Irish poet. Her poems have beennominated for a Pushcart and Forward Prize.
Thomas, Minnesota. She began her career as a nurse and midwife. Poetry by Eleanor Hooker. Emily Cullen is an Irish writer, scholar, harpist and arts manager. Her first poetry collection, entitled No Vague Utopia was published by Ainnir in In she was the national Programme Director of the Patrick Kavanagh Centenary celebrations and was selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions series.
She is a qualified teacher of the harp who has performed throughout Europe, Australia and the United States. A former member of the Belfast Harp Orchestra, she has recorded on a number of albums and also as a solo artist. In addition to writing poetry, short stories and feature articles, she publishes widely on aspects of Irish cultural history and music. Poems from In Between Angels and Animals.
Her poetry chapbook Out of the Blueness was published in and she is currently working on her first official collection Illuminate. She lives in Dublin with her husband Macdara Woods, and they have one son, Niall. She is a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin and an emeritus professor of the School of English which she joined in Her broad academic interests notably her specialism in Renaissance literature and her interest in translation are reflected in her poetry.
She retired from full-time teaching in Her first collection won the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award in Originally trained as a doctor, she is currently writer in residence with Tigh Fili Cultural Centre. As she grew older, Eva was forced to give up active work but continued writing poetry.
Esther took care of her throughout her long illness and they were together at the end. Form by Eva Gore-Booth. She later came to Ireland where she has now settled. Lorna Shaughnessy was born in Belfast and lives in Co. Galway, Ireland. She has published three poetry collections, Torching the Brown River, Witness Trees , and Anchored S almon Poetry, and and , and her work was selected for the Forward Book of Poetry, She is also a translator of Spanish and South American Poetry.
She has a B. Geraldine is a regular reader at the Purely Poetry open mic nights in Belfast. She has previously been part of a local writing group at the Craic Theatre, and has performed some of her work in local theatres and at the Dungannon Borough Council Arts Festival. Her poetry is mostly inspired by observation and the human condition. She specialises in micropoetry. She held her first solo exhibition in the Belfast Book Festival, using art, dance and music to interpret micropoetry centred around the theme of relationships and decay.
Angela T. Angela has read at numerous literary events and festivals around the country. Born in Glasgow, she lives in Dublin. Lizz Murphy has published 12 books of different kinds. She is widely published in Australia and overseas. She sometimes blogs at lizzmurphypoet. Lizz Murphy on Poethead. Inishturk and other poems by Alvy Carragher.
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Waterford, in a local newspaper family. She holds degrees in English and in Law and qualified as a solicitor, in During her university and training years she was an international debater and public speaker, representing Ireland on three occasions, at the World Universities Debating Championships. She lives in Dungarvan with her husband and four young children. Shirley McClure Her CD Spanish Affair, with her own poems plus poetry and music from invited guests, was launched in June.
Shirley lived in Bray, Co. Myra Vennard was born in Belfast and is now retired to Ballycastle, Co Antrim, where she has ancestral roots. Dublin-born Geraldine Mitchell lives on the Co. Mayo coast, overlooking Clare Island. She is also the author of two novels for young people and the biography of Muriel Gahan, Deeds Not Words.
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Previous poetry includes The Cello Suites Lagan Press , which has been recorded with an original score composed and played by the cellist Tom Hughes. She is a contributing artist to Corners of Europe. In she co-wrote Bruised for Tinderbox Theatre Company. Glenda Cimino is an American-born poet who has lived in Ireland since She has also published poems in some online publications, and is an active member of Haiku Ireland. Jackie Gorman is from Westmeath. Water Memory and other poems by Jackie Gorman.
Vona Groarke is an Irish poet. Indoors by Vona Groarke. Originally from a farm in Roscommon, Jane Clarke now lives in Co. She has a background in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and combines writing with her work as a management consultant in not-for-profit organisations. Her first collection will be published by Bloodaxe Books in The Price and other poems by Jane Clarke. She has published one novel, four collections of short fiction, a chapbook of flash fiction and three full poetry collections — one in an anthology.
Nuala teaches creative writing on a part-time basis.
She lives in County Galway with her husband and three children. Die Schwangere by Nuala Ni Chonchuir. She has six published poetry collections, and a prose work, Savage Solitude: Reflections of a Reluctant Loner , was published by Dedalus Press in Anthony Giddens , in The Transformation of Intimacy: Sexuality and Eroticism in Modern Society, states that romantic love introduced the idea of a narrative to an individual's life, telling a story is a root meaning of the term romance. According to Giddens, the rise of romantic love more or less coincided with the emergence of the novel, it was that romantic love, associated with freedom and therefore the ideals of romantic love, created the ties between freedom and self-realization.
David R. Shumway states that "the discourse of intimacy" emerged in the last third of the 20th century, intended to explain how marriage and other relationships worked, making the specific case that emotional closeness is much more important than passion, with intimacy and romance coexisting. One example of the changes experienced in relationships in the early 21st century was explored by Giddens regarding homosexual relationships. According to Giddens, since homosexuals were not able to marry they were forced to pioneer more open and negotiated relationships; these kinds of relationships permeated the heterosexual population.
The conception of romantic love was popularized in Western culture by the concept of courtly love. Chevaliers, or knights in the Middle Ages , engaged in what were non-physical and non-marital relationships with women of nobility whom they served; these relations were elaborate and ritualized in a complexity, steeped in a framework of tradition, which stemmed from theories of etiquette derived out of chivalry as a moral code of conduct.
Courtly love and the notion of domnei were the subjects of troubadours, could be found in artistic endeavors such as lyrical narratives and poetic prose of the time. Since marriage was nothing more than a formal arrangement, courtly love sometimes permitted expressions of emotional closeness that may have been lacking from the union between husband and wife. In terms of courtly love, "lovers" did not refer to those engaging in sexual acts, but rather, to the act of caring and to emotional intimacy. The bond between a knight and his Lady, or the woman of high stature of whom he served, may have escalated psychologically but ever physically.
For knighthood during the Middle Ages, the intrinsic importance of a code of conduct was in large part as a value system of rules codified as a guide to aid a knight in his capacity as champion of the downtrodden, but in his service to the Lord. In the context of dutiful service to a woman of high social standing, ethics designated as a code were established as an institution to provide a firm moral foundation by which to combat the idea that unfit attentions and affections were to be tolerated as "a secret game of trysts" behind closed doors. Therefore, a knight trained in the substance of " chivalry " was instructed, with especial emphasis, to serve a lady most honorably, with purity of heart and mind.
To that end, he committed himself to the welfare of both Lord and Lady with unwavering discipline and devotion, while at the same time, presuming to uphold core principles set forth in the code by the religion by which he followed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He was a French author and poet. Therefore, Barney's version has been retained. French Women's Writing — Women in Context: Women's Writing. London, UK: Athlone Press. Almanach des lettres. La Gazette des Lettres.
Paris, F: Editions de Flore. Retrieved April 10, London, UK. Retrieved October 17, As to the moving tributes by Yanette Deletang-Tardif, Anne-Marie Kegels and Lucienne Desnoues they represent the admiration of three of the more interesting laureates of the Prix Renee Vivien which, since , the Amazon has awarded to women poets writing in French. Retrieved April 27, Martin's Press. Retrieved June 1, Paris, F: n. Barney also tried to establish a Renee Vivien literary award, as much to keep alive a name that was fast fading from public recognition as to support worthy writers.
Retrieved April 24, Natalie had made memorials like Oscaria — though not exactly like Oscaria — before. The Macmillan dictionary of women's biography 2nd ed. Chronology of women's history. Feminisms of the Belle Epoque: a historical and literary anthology. Intimate friends: women who loved women, Women in French Studies in French. Retrieved April 28, Barney took over sponsorship of the prize in the s. January 25, Paris, F: Editions Larousse : 8. Retrieved April 22, Paris, F: Ariane. Lot's Wife: Lesbian Paris, — Liverpool, UK: Janus Press.
Almanach Hachette. Paris, F: Librairie Hachette. Retrieved April 17, Nineteenth-century French Poets. Dictionary of literary biography. A Bruccoli Clark Layman book. Retrieved April 23, November 24, Le Petit Parisien in French. Paris, F: Le Petit Parisien Feminist novelists of the Belle Epoque: love as a lifestyle.
In she was the first recipient of the Renee Vivien Prize for poetry. Translated by Spalding Gatton, John. The Amazon of letters: the life and loves of Natalie Barney. And two years later she established the Prix Renee Vivien for young poets, following the example, ironically enough, of Baroness van Zuylen, who had established such a prize after the first war.
In Ader Nordmann Catalogue eds. Paris, F: Etude Ader of Drouot. University of Leicester. Docket U Notable American Women. For some years she gave an annual prize to a woman writer, named in honor of Renee Vivien, a fragile English poet who died young, with whom Barney had had a celebrated love affair. Paris, F: Editions J. Qui est qui en France — [ Who's who in France — ]. Paris, F: Editions Jacques Lafitte. September 28, Brown, Francis ed. January—December As recently as , 41 years after Miss Vivien's death, she endowed a Renee Vivien poetry prize and became chairman of a committee of the French Society of Men of Letters which awards it.
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Paris, F: Editions Flammarion. Faux titre in French. Amsterdam, NL: Editions Rodopi. Souvenirs indiscrets [ Indiscreet memories ] in French. Retrieved April 21, McGuinness travels to Oxford every week from Caernarvon, where he lives with his partner and their two young children. He has constructed a life for himself of permanent productive exile — The Last Hundred Days , the novel longlisted for the Man Booker Prize and shortlisted for the Costa, was written in transit.
A first novel published by the small Welsh house Seren, it has not only gained attention from prize givers but been picked up by Bloomsbury USA as part of a two-book deal. Banner of the Passing Clouds. A Page in the Life: Vanessa Gebbie. A Page in the Life with Vikram Seth. A Page in the Life: Norman Davies. When I first noticed the link, I assumed the novel contained a buried tribute to a real poet named Campanu. McGuinness at rest is a continual reformulation of himself. He folds one leg under him, then the other; he curls and uncurls between the arms of an office chair. He does regularly translate from one language into another, but he also translates himself geographically, translates poetry into fiction as in the invention of Liviu Campanu , translates life into death he is preoccupied by the idea of decay and the literal into the metaphorical Romania standing for ruin.
And part of this is a delight in the short-circuiting of the translation machine.