"The Influence of Absences" by Moyra Donaldson

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Poet Moyra Donaldson

Poet Moyra Donaldson

Moyra Donaldson delineates her response to  Alex Pryce, “Ambiguous Silences? Women in Anthologies of Contemporary Northern Irish Poetry”, Peer English 9 (2014). This is memoir /personal response and pertinent to Moyra Donaldson's input to and support of Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon. The piece is published/ digitised /open access (online)

URL: http://www.rascal.ac.uk/institutions/fired-irish-women-poets-and-canon/alex-pryce-papers

Related Link: 

My abusive relationship with Belfast: ‘I was a woman and a Prod. How could I be a poet?’ by Moyra Donaldson for the Irish Times 17/10/2020

In No Word For ‘Stay’, Moyra Donaldson has curated a jukebox of Troubles poems to give the silenced a voice. 

Online URL: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/my-abusive-relationship-with-belfast-i-was-a-woman-and-a-prod-how-could-i-be-a-poet-1.4383039?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


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Added by Fired | Last updated on: 20 October 2020