New Anthology – “Washing Windows Too: Irish Women Write Poetry” (Arlen House: Dublin, 2022)

Cover of Washing Windows Too (artwork showing female figures in shades of blue, greens, yellows) I'm delighted to have a poem "1922" included in Washing Windows Too: Irish Women Write Poetry (Eds: Nuala O' Connor and Alan Hayes), a new anthology featuring 100 Irish women poets who have not published a full poetry collection. Congratulations … Continue reading New Anthology – “Washing Windows Too: Irish Women Write Poetry” (Arlen House: Dublin, 2022)

Writers Chat 34: Grace Wilentz on “The Limit of Light” (Gallery Press Books: Meath, 2020).

Grace, I’m delighted to welcome you to talk about your debut poetry collection The Limit of Light (Gallery Press Books: Meath, 2020). I really enjoyed hearing you read in The Gallery at 50 Celebratory Series (Episode 13 [time 10.59 – 15.30]) This collection holds a beautiful understated sensuality in its exploration of memory, body, desire, … Continue reading Writers Chat 34: Grace Wilentz on “The Limit of Light” (Gallery Press Books: Meath, 2020).

Reading & Staying Put

Image of candle burning and eight books. Magda Szabó The Door Grace Wilentz The Limit of LightRaymond Carter Cathedral Margaret Atwood On Writers and WritingEva Baltasar PermafrostDeborah Levy The Man Who Saw EverythingEdith Eger The Giftthe Paris Review Winter 2020 235 And this is my current reading pile, some of which I am reading for … Continue reading Reading & Staying Put