The Blue Nib Issue 41
Featured Authors & Poets
Poetry In Translation
Reviews curated by Emma Lee
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Abhaile With Tracy Gaughan
New and established voices in poetry from Ireland and the United Kingdom
North American Time with Felicia McCarthy
Established and emerging poets from the United States and Canada.
An Astráil With Denise O'Hagan
publishing established and new voices from Australia and New Zealand.
Our editors speak to our Featured Writers and Poets about their work, inspiration, success and failure.
Translation Po-Int with Clara Burghelea
New international poetry and poetry in translation
Diana Manole translates the work of important European poet Rodica Draghincescu
Andreea Iulia Scridon and Adam J. Sorkin bring us a translation of Greva căpșunelor by Romanian poet Traian T. Coșovei
The Write Life With Clare Morris
Writers writing for writers.
Seanchaí with Dave Kavanagh
Established and new story tellers worthy of the title Seanchaí
The Critcal Nib with Emma Lee
Reviews of the latest releases in poetry and literary fiction
Overall, the book feels as though it has been hurriedly constructed. Though its basic premise is admirable, the form utilised throughout does not demand the attention it should.
‘Saffron Jack’ By Rishi Dastidar Nine Arches Press ISBN...
‘Jericho Brown's 'The Tradition' explores legacy, racism, queerness, trauma and where personal concerns intersect with historical legacies
The Ink Pods with Angela Dye and Mike Ivatt
The Blue Nib branded podcast of poetry and literary fiction
Beth Spencer’s writing has been produced for ABC Radio and she is a contributor to Climactic and ArtBreaker podcasts.
Anne Casey is author of two poetry collections— out of emptied cups (Salmon Poetry 2019) and where the lost things go (Salmon Poetry 2017).