Word and Stone, Poetry by Matt Mooney

About the contributor

Matt Mooney is a Poetry Reviewer and Copy Editor for The Galway Review literary magazine online. His work has appeared in The Connaught Tribune, Peann agus Pár (The Galway Advertiser) and The Irish Independent among others. He lives in Listowel.

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