In this Issue
- Poetry and prose from Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley and Kathleen Jamie
- Wendell Berry on the aftermath of 9/11
- W. G Sebald’s last poem
- New fiction by Micheál Ó Conghaile and Francis Harvey
- Sir Martin Rees on our cosmic habitat, and Samuel Menashe on remembrance
- Five essays by Eoghan Ó Tuairisc
- Dante in the English of Ciaran Carson
- Christian Salmon on the destruction of Palestine
- Translations from the Bosnian
- Essays on the inhumanism of Robinson Jeffers, and the false prospect of Cornucopia
- New poetry from John F. Deane, Eamon Grennan, Cathal Ó Searcaigh, Michael Hamburger, Gerard Smyth, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Angus Calder, Greg Delanty & others
- PLUS: “Portraits of Artists”, a remarkable photographic portfolio by John Minihan
plus much more…
Nuair a osclaím Irish Pages/ Duillí Éireann is é atá á oscailt agam ná domhan nua, agus osclaímse, leis, don domhan nua sin, domhan atá á athchruthú as an nua dúinn agus is geal le mo chroí go bhfuil áit ag an nGaeilge sa domhan nua sin.
Ireland’s premier literary journal, combining a large general readership with outstanding writing from Ireland and overseas. Variously described as “a wonderful achievement” (Michael Longley); “a major development in Irish literature” (John F. Deane); and “the most important cultural journal in Ireland at the present moment” (Jonathan Allison). Offering an unrivalled window on the literary and cultural life of these islands – and further afield. Each issue assembles a carefully edited mix of English and Irish, prose and poetry, fiction and non-fiction, style and subject matter, in an overall fit aimed at a wide range of reading tastes.
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