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Irish Arts Center presents
Cork Literary Review (Fall 2011)
Celebrate the New York launch of Volume XIV
Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 7:30PM
Irish Arts Center
The Donaghy Theatre
553 W. 51st Street
between 10th and 11th Avenues
Take the C or E train to 50th St (8th Ave), the 1 train to 50th St (Broadway), or the N, R, or Q train to 49th St (7th Ave). Walk west towards 11th Ave. It is roughly a 10minute walk. A parking garage is located on W. 51st between 10th and 11th Ave.
"...the best stories poems and essays...they shock, they sadden. Sometimes they make us laugh."-John O'Donnell, Poetry Ireland, on Cork Literary Review Vol. XII
Cork Literary Review celebrates 25 years of Bradshaw Books Publishing in Ireland with the New York launch of Volume XIV of its seminal Irish anthology, edited by Eugene O’Connell,. Highlights from the new, deluxe 400-page hardback edition include the inaugural American section, edited and introduced by award-winning American poet Brian Turner, a conversation between Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and
James Harpur, and poetry from the best of Irish contemporary writers, including Joseph Woods, Liam Ó Muirthille, Gabriel Fitzmaurice and Helen Kidd. Join us for an evening of readings and a reception with O’Connell, Turner and Woods.
Since it first appeared in 1994, the Cork Literary Review(Bradshaw Books) has evolved from a slim anthology of winning competition entries, into a widely respected, high-end literary journal through featured contributions from a host of noted Irish poets and writers, among them Seamus Heaney, Paul Durcan, Frank McGuinness, Jean O’Brien, Brian Turner, Medbh McGuckian, Eugene O’Connell, Mary Rose Callan and Roderick Ford.