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The Irish Women Poets of Elliptical Movements

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Irish Women Poets, an Elliptical Movements Category Lizzie Twigg: Irish Woman Poet Number 101 URL: Henrietta Nethercott: Irish Woman Poet URL: Lucy Spring-Rice: Irish Woman Poet URL: https://ellipticalmovements.wo ...

MEAS Interim Reports 2017-2019

MEAS, Measuring Equality in the Arts Sector: Literature in Ireland

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

MEAS , Measuring Equality in the Arts Sector was established in 2018. From their website: Interim Reports MEAS prepares interim reports focused on monitoring equality in the literary arts in Ireland, and is open to proposals regarding the preparation of similar reports examining the arts sector in Ireland more generally. These interim reports are subject to revision and finalised versions are publ ...

Tackling the catastrophic canonical neglect of Irish women poets and writers (Irish Times)

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

A response to articles by Sinead Gleeson " A profound deafness to the female voice (The Irish Times, April 18th, 2018) and Deirdre Falvey "“ Two-thirds of published poets are male, so does poetry have a gender issue? ” (The Irish Times, August 17th, 2019) URL : Faced with the catastrophic canonical neglect o ...

Rosenfield Collection

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

Website Archive (2019)

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Archived pages from the Fired! Irish Women Poets website URL :

Collins, Lucy. Contemporary Irish Women Poets: Memory and Estrangement.  Liverpool University Press, 2015.

Fired! Bibliography

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

This bibliography was collated by Laura Loftus. First published and made accessible Via the RASCAL website. Related papers (URLs) ...

The River Liffey, Dublin, Ireland

Now I am a tower of Darkness; Emerging genealogies by Walt Hunter

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Emerging genealogies WALT HUNTER The most interesting thing I read during a weekend of convalescence, under a March sun that seemed surprised at its own intensity, was this interview with Emma Penney on the website The Bogman's Cannon about an Irish modernist poet, Freda Laughton. Although Laughton was born in 1907, I feature the interview and her poems here because critical genealogies of twentie ...

New Irish Poetry Anthology of Essays receives accusations of sexism

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Published / Digitised / Open Access / Lagan Online Digital article on The Cambridge Companion To Irish Poets (P ublished 30th November, 2017 ) ISBN: 978-1108414197, price £26.99 Lagan Online URL: Related Page URL : ...