We’re delighted to offer a special seasonal discount on our Twelve Books of Christmas. Use coupon code XMAS2023 on checkout.

 

Running from 1st-12th December we’ll be offering 40% OFF paperbacks (Plus P&P) on the following Twelve Books of Christmas:

The Map of the World
– Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin
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Shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize.
So satisfying is the experience of this poet’s art a new collection of poems by her is an occasion for rejoicing.

 

Woman of Winter is an extended version of ‘Lament of the Hag of Beare’ from 9th-century Irish which draws on contemporary experience of the ageing female body, its desires and accommodations; its occlusions and slightings.
With illustrations by Isabel Nolan.

 

Another Time (Poems 1978-2023) – Gerald DaweAnother Time: Poems 1978-2023
Another Time: Poems 1978-2023 brings together Gerald Dawe’s new collection of poems with an extended selection from his eight previous books published by The Gallery Press.

 

 

The Lookout Post – Kevin GrahamThe Lookout Post - Kevin Graham
A book of uncommon poise and range, Kevin Graham’s first collection includes harrowing accounts of illness, a suicide, and joyous celebrations of fatherhood and family life.

 

The Blue Cocktail – Audrey MolloyThe Blue Cocktail by Audrey Molloy
Shortlisted for the Irish Books Awards Poem of the Year.
In cinematic clarity Audrey Molloy’s second collection probes ideas of home across her native Ireland and Australia where she now lives. The Blue Cocktail is strange, sexy and intoxicating.

 

The Lament for Art O’Leary – John FitzGerald/Eileen O’ConnellThe Lament for Art O'Leary - John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald offers a commemorative translation of Eileen O’Connell’s passionate love and bereavement. The book contains also Seán Ó Tuama’s edition of the original Irish and, for the first time in monochrome, Jack B Yeats’s illustrations made for the text.

 

Then the Hare – Michelle O’SullivanThen the Hare - Michelle O'Sullivan
Then the Hare displays further examples of Michelle O’Sullivan’s precision of detail and feeling, rendering them in her signature idiosyncrasy of syntax and word use.

 

Swans We Cannot See – Andrew JamisonSwans We Cannot See
Andrew Jamison’s third collection spans parenthood, masculinity, climate, food, teaching, art and literature. The seen, unseen and imagined intermingle throughout. Transformational in many senses, Swans We Cannot See displays a poet and his poetry coming of age and taking flight.

 

Second Voyages – Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin et alSecond Voyages cover image
To celebrate the wonders of her work on the occasion of her 80th birthday an array of international writers have selected a poem by Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and provide an essay on their choice. Edited by Peter Fallon

 

The Prose (1971-2020) – Derek Mahon The Prose (1971-2020)
The Prose (1971-2020) follows The Adaptations (1975-2020) and The Poems (1961-2020) and continues The Gallery Press’s ‘Mahon project’ of putting into print and on the record all of the work that Derek Mahon wished to preserve.

 

The Swerve – Peter SirrThe Swerve - Peter Sirr
The Swerve is a book as ample as it is confident in its risk taking and confirms that Peter Sirr is one of our truest, bravest and most adventurous poets.

 

The majority of the poems in The Thankless Paths to Freedom were conceived in the hiatus between Ireland’s centenary celebrations for the 1916 Rising and the hundred year anniversary of the setting up of the Northern Irish state in 1921. Images of cells and privation, isolation and penitentiaries abound.

 

Remember to use the coupon code XMAS2023 to get your discount.
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