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In this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland, we have poems by Paula Cunningham, Caitlín Nic Íomhair and Jim McElroy which were all published in Volume 134 of Poetry Ireland Review in 2021. This episode of the Words Lightly Spoken podcast was funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and was a Rockfinch production. Final po…
 
Tony Curtis reads The Red-breasted Lookout on Christmas Eve in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem was published in By Bus to Christmas, published by Candlestick Press 2020. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Tom Tracey reads The Proposal in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem had its first public reception at the International Literature Festival Dublin in 2018 as part of Poetry Ireland’s Introductions series. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch produc…
 
Sophie Meehan reads Killing Time in Francis Bacon’s Studio in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. Sophie is currently working on her debut collection. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.By Words Lightly Spoken
 
Ireland Professor of Poetry Frank Ormsby reads The Last Leaf in the Garden in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from his collection The Rain Barrel, published by Bloodaxe Books. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Patrick Cotter reads his poem The Discoveries of Thomas Fynch in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from his collection Sonic White Poise, published by Dedalus Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Enda Coyle-Greene reads her poem Visitors, Kidney Ward in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from her collection Indigo, Electric, Baby, published by Dedalus Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Annemarie Ní Churreáin reads her poem Boy Soldiers in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. Annemarie’s debut collection was published by Doire Press, and her first collection with The Gallery Press in October 2021. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch product…
 
Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan reads her poem An Introduction in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem was published in the anthology Green Carnations: 25 Young LGBTQ+ Poets from Ireland, published by Book Hub Publishing and edited by John Ennis and Moxie Lofton. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by th…
 
Paula Meehan reads her poem The Exact Moment I Became A Poet in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from her Selected Poems, As If By Magic, published by Dedalus Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi reads How to Survive a Pandemic in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem was commissioned by the National Concert Hall in Ireland for the Notes from a Quiet Land event. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Vincent Woods reads the poem Malaga by Pearse Hutchinson (1927-2012) in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from his first collection, Tongue Without Hands, and was also included in his Collected Poems, published by The Gallery Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of I…
 
Nell Regan reads her poem Thirty-six Views of the Sugarloaf in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from her collection One Still Thing, published by Enitharmon Press.The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Victoria Kennefick reads her poem Hunger Strikes Victoria Kennefick in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from her collection Eat Or We Both Starve, published by Carcanet Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Damian Gorman reads his poem Available Light in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem was originally commissioned by the Irish International Immigrant Center, now renamed the Rian Immigrant Center. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Geraldine Mitchell reads her poem On the Length of the Day, or the Night in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland, from her collection Mute/Unmute, published by Arlen House. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
John F Deane reads his poem An Elegy in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem was written in memory of Seamus Heaney, who died in 2013, and is from John F Deane’s collection Dear Pilgrims, published by Carcanet Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfi…
 
John O’Donnell reads his poem What The Tide Brings In in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem is from his collection Sunlight: New and Selected Poems, published by Dedalus Press. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
Lynn Harding reads her poem Acting in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. Lynn is a contributor to Hold Open the Door, The Ireland Chair of Poetry Special Commemorative Anthology published by UCD Press in 2020. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production…
 
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