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    August After Midnight

    August After Midnight is a Croatian novel about memory, trauma and transcommunication: a triptych of different voices, weaving together historiography, speculative fiction and highly stylized prose. (Distributed in association with Fraktura)

    Buried Breath

    The Buried Breath announces the arrival of a striking new voice and poetic talent. With formal ease and a sharply engaged sense of ethical inquiry, these lucid, lyrical poems delve into art and history, remembered lives and contemporary conflicts, for illumination and insight.


    John F. Deane and James Harpur have devoted their lives to writing about the mysteries of existence and the divine. This selection of their poems displays how each poet has probed and described his journey in search of ultimate truth.

    Errigal: Sacred Mountain

    In Errigal: Sacred Mountain, Cathal O'Searcaigh goes on a pilgrim path around Errigal and summons up the spirit of this revered mountain, the largest in Ireland. In his "Passages of Light", we get an insightful word-journey around a mountain that has shaped the thinking of one of the most eminent poets in the Irish language.

    Gathering of Irish Harpers 1780-184

    A truly outstanding monograph on a key period of Belfast history, through the musical prism of the famous 1792 Harpers' Meeting and the succeeding Irish Harpers Assemblies

    Helen Lewis: Shadows Behind the Dan

    Shadows Behind the Dance is Maddy Tongue's heartfelt portrait of the dancer and teacher Helen Lewis (1916 - 2009, ne Helena Katz), who survived Auschwitz to teach dance in Belfast.

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    Irish Pages: the Classic Heaney Issue

    A hardback reprint of the classic Irish Pages issue on Seamus Heaney to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his death on 30 August 2013. The extraordinary degree to which Heaney was a creative and ethical exemplar, mentor, and generous friend comes through especially powerfully in this book, with its 54 contributors.