‘Tis the season for Poetry Readings

Everyone knows that poetry is best when listened to, so kick back, relax and belatedly celebrate National Poetry Day with some readings from our poets.

Conor O’Callaghan reading “January Drought” from his newest collection, The Sun King. WFUP will publish the North American edition in December. Conor will be reading from The Sun King at the Irish Arts Center in NYC on Saturday, November 16 @ 4pm. Click here for details.

Ciarán Carson reading “Snow” from his book Belfast Confetti

Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin reads from her book The Sun-Fish

Paula Meehan reads her poem, “Death of a Field” from her book Painting Rain

Michael Longley reads “Harmonica” from his Collected Poems

Vona Groarke reads “Pier” from her book Spindrift

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Wake Forest University Press was founded in 1976 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Exclusively publishing Irish poetry, we are a small academic press and the premier publisher of Irish poetry in North America. We still reside in Winston-Salem as a part of Wake Forest University, and continue to publish culturally-rich literature.
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