Windows 20 Years

Heather Brett and Noel Monahan - poet-editors - have been working on Windows Publications, from Ireland, for 20 years now, and have now published a celebration of this two-decades of effort to support local and wider poetry.  Such work is usually thankless, so I thank them here.  And note the anthology is worth buying, to support their work, and to read some very good recent poems by Irish poets known and new (perhaps) to you.  I am in the book, I should add, which is lovely; many others too, including Paul Perry, Patrick Chapman, Anne-Marie Fyfe, Nessa O'Mahony, Pat Boran, Leland Bardwell and Medbh McGuckian.

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