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Macdara Woods is one of the best known Irish poets of his generation. Artichoke Wine, his 2006 collection of poems, includes a number of sequences, among them ‘The Cello Suite’ and ‘In the Ranelagh Gardens’.

“An engaging and highly-charged collection by an excellent poet whose voice never drops below the lyrical”
Western Writers Centre

ISBN 9781904556503 paperback
140 x 216 mm, 120 pp

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Weight.15 kg
Dimensions216 x 140 mm


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Product Detail

  • ISBN: : 9781904556503 Paperback
  • Size: : 140 x 216 mm
  • Pages: : 120 pp
  • Published: : 2006

About The Author


Macdara Woods Born Dublin 1942. Poetry Collections: Decimal D. Sec. Drinks In A Bar In Marrakesh (New Writers’ Press 1970), Early Morning Matins (Gallery Press 1973) Stopping The Lights In Ranelagh (Dedalus Press 1987, 1988) Miz Moon (Dedalus Press 1988) The Hanged Man Was Not Surrendering (Dedalus Press 1990) Notes From The Countries Of Blood-Red Flowers (Dedalus Press 1994) Selected Poems (Dedalus Press 1996) Knowledge In The Blood: New and Selected Poems (Dedalus Press 2000, 2007) The Nightingale Water (Dedalus Press 2001) The Cello Suites (Bach With Verse USA 2003/4) Artichoke Wine (Dedalus Press 2006) The Cotard Dimension (Dedalus Press 2011) Collected Poems (Dedalus Press 2012) From Sandymount To The Hill Of Howth: A Mayday Aisling/Skazka (Quaternia Press in assoc. with Cyphers 2014) In Italian:Biglietto di Sola Andata (Moby Dick Editrice Faenza 1998) Con Pesaro ai Miei Piedi (Volumnia Editrice Perugia 1999) Translation: The King of The Dead and other Libyan Tales by Redwan Abushwesha, with the author and OrlaWoods Abushwesha (Martin Brian and O’Keefe London 1978) Edited Cyphers, Dublin, since 1975. The Kilkenny Anthology (Kilkenny Co Council 1991) Present Tense: Words and Pictures, with Jim Vaughan (Mayo Co Council 2006) Clare Island Sequence commissioned for/included in this time, this place (Mayo Co Council 2007).

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