Poems from the Leitrim soil….
A bush poet turns his mind to his Famine ancestors.
Flinders Ranges hilltop, full moon eve.
He was a monk in a scriptorium
when, tongue out in concentration,
he applied himself to decorative capitals:
Readings, music, Irish literature more generally, and eating and drinking – Bloomsday at the Queensland Irish Association in Brisbane.
Danta as Gaeilge with English translations
But very definitely single beds…
Christopher Kock belongs to a small but select class – he was a proud Irish Tasmanian and literary.
Throughout, this inhabitant of islands (Majella Cullinane was born in Ireland, and lives in New Zealand) runs the sea through her lines …
An Australian composes music for Famine-era poems at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre.