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The Shipping Forecast

In this short essay, reproduced from The Deep Heart’s Core, poet JOHN O’DONNELL revisits his poem ‘The Shipping Forecast’, among those included in Sunlight: New

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  • On a Turning Wing: Interview with Paddy Bushe

    On a Turning Wing: Interview with Paddy Bushe

    Paddy Bushe in email conversation with Pat Boran about his latest collection of poems, On a Turning Wing, winner of the 2017  Irish Times Poetry …
  • The Deep Heart’s Core

    The Deep Heart’s Core

    In our new anthology, The Deep Heart’s Core: Irish Poets Revisit a Touchstone Poem, some 100 poets accept the invitation to revisit a favourite, key …
  • Join the Dedalus Press Mailing List

    Join the Dedalus Press Mailing List

    Join the Dedalus Press Mailing List to avail of special offers and keep up with news of new publications. Our programme for 2017 features an …
  • Incorrigibly Spain

    Incorrigibly Spain

    Keith Payne’s letter from Galicia, first published in The Level Crossing, introduces two of the new wave of Galician poets. World is crazier and more …
  • Paula Meehan, reading and in conversation

    Paula Meehan, reading and in conversation

    To coincide with the launch of her new collection of poems, Geomantic, we link here to a recording of a wide-ranging conversation between the poet …
  • Obituary for Leland Bardwell

    Obituary for Leland Bardwell

    Leland Bardwell (1922 – 2016) “For such a big personality, her carbon footprint was small. Her radio played Lyric FM, quietly. And for years and …