Anthony Glavin was born in 1945 in Dublin where he studied at both Trinity College and University College, Dublin. He received his licentiate from the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) and taught there from 1969.
His poetry appeared in numerous newspapers and journals and was first anthologised in Irish Poets 1924-74. In 1987 he won the Patrick Kavanagh Award. His collection The Wrong Side of the Alps was published in 1989 and was shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards.
Anthony Glavin died in Dublin in 2006.
The Wrong Side of the Alps
The Wrong Side of the Alps includes many of the poems for which Anthony Glavin won the Patrick Kavanagh Award. It contains a number of exquisite lyrics and a remarkable extended sequence.
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