This is the second book for poetry from Irish Poet Aine Mac Aodha who live in Omagh. Her work has been published widespread, internationally as well as locally and in the UK. She is a Founder member of 'The Busheaneys writers' group and 'The Derry ...
Playhouse Writers' Her work has appeared in Luciole Press, The Glasgow Review, Irish Haiku, Pirene's Fountain and Argotist online to name a few. She begins much of her writing at her Residencies at The Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Monaghan and is greatful to the time spent there. Her poetry is plainely written and takes one off on journies to old celtic sites and through the landscapes of Tyrone. She is inspired by the Irish landscape and by its poets including Seamus Heaney and John Montague. She also likes the work of Basho and Rumi. ~Cover art work~ Beagmore Stone circles, by Aine Mac Aodha (c)2011
Number of pages: 58
Date of publication: 13/03/2011
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