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It was an absolute joy to join Amanda Bell in conversation with Paul Perry on a special edition of Words Lightly Spoken to celebrate the Winter issue of Poetry Ireland Review, the final issue to be edited by Eavan Boland.


Loved Paul's questions and insights on the poems, as it was especially evident he had given our poems close reading. Thanks so much to the podcast's producer Claire Cunninghame and the Arts Council of Ireland. Read More


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