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She has published four books of poetry – Bar Talk, appeared (1999), Trapping a Ghost (2005) and In Sight of Home (2009). Some moderate nationalists advocated for home rule, under which Ireland would remain part of the United Kingdom but also have some form of self-government. Her poetry has appeared in various publications, including New Irish Writing in the The Irish Times, Southword, Crannóg, The Stony Thursday Book and Eyewear Publishing’s The Best New British and Irish Poets 2016.

Pages: 287

Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Press; 1st Atlantic Monthly Press Pbk. Ed edition (February 6, 1997)

ISBN: 0871136732

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