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Book Review: My Left Foot by Christy Brown

My Left Foot is the tale of Christy Brown: born in 1930s Dublin, one of 17 children, living in cramped conditions and not much to go around.  573 more words

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Semne - November 2015

I have 4 poems published in translation in the latest issue (November 2015) of Romanian Literary journal ‘Semne,’ under the auspices of the Writers’ Union of Romania. 249 more words

James Meredith

'Child of Our Time' by Eavan Boland

There is great irony in the fact that I am putting the finishing touches to this blogpost the morning after the dreadful terrorist attack on Paris on Friday 13th November, 2015.  1,496 more words


The Beauty of Ordinary Things - In the Poetry of Eavan Boland

Eavan Boland talks to Eileen Battersby about her work, marginalised by the Irish poetic tradition which has little space for the realities of women’s lives. 1,622 more words


Major Themes in Eavan Boland's Poetry


The purpose of these notes is to guide you in your exploration of the  poetry of Eavan Boland.  The notes are structured as a series of ‘thinking points’ ranging over the main themes and issues evident in her work.  1,403 more words


Interview: Jane Talbot

An interview with author Jane Talbot.

Written for The Honest Ulsterman

Published on 19/10/2015


Published Journalism

'Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere'

My short story, ‘Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere’is published in the latest edition of The Honest Ulsterman

Published 19/10/2015.


James Meredith