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Autumn/Winter 2014 – The final issue of THE SHOp (a double one)

NEW POEMS BY: Gary Allen, John Bennett, Gerry Boland, Eva Bourke, David Broadbridge, Martin Burke, Sam Burnside, Michael Casey, Harry Clifton, Noel Conneely, Patrick Cotter, A M Cousins, Rachel Coventry, Natalie Crick, Tim Cunningham, Siobhan Daffy, Armel Dagorn, John Daniel, Gerald Dawe, John F Deane, Ted Deppe, Susan Donnelly, Theo Dorgan, Tom Duddy, Frank Dullaghan, Marie Dullaghan, Amy Dunn, Josh Ekroy, Hilary Elfick, Diane Fahey, Maryellen Fean, Leontia Flynn, Tom French, Pat Galvin, Mary Melvin Geoghegan, William M George, Alistair Graham, Desmond Graham, Vona Groarke, Liam Guilar, Richard Halperin, Robert Hamberger, Sheila Hamilton, Ian Harrow, Aidan Hayes, Rachael Hegarty, Jonathan Hicks, Rita Ann Higgins, Jodie Hollander, Vicki Husband, Antony Johae, Fred Johnston, Michael Joyce, Leo Lavery, Melinda Lovell, Eamonn Lynskey, Thomas McCarthy, Clare McCotter, Medbh McGuckian, Mary Madec, Martin Malone, Gordon Meade, Paula Meehan, Rowan Middleton, John Mole, David Murphy, Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Rosemary Norman, Robert Nye, Eugene O’Connell, John O’Malley, Leanne O’Sullivan, Michelle O’Sullivan, Stephen J Payne, Stuart Pickford, Colin Pink, John Baylis Post, J Roycroft, Lesley Saunders, Gerard Smyth, Paul Stubbs, Rosamund Taylor, Z G Tomaszewski, John Wakeman, Eamonn Wall, William Wall, Tony Weston, Adam White, Saint James Harris Wood, Howard Wright, Luke Samuel Yates, and Tamar Yoseloff.

ALSO: poems in Irish and English by Gréagóir Ó Dúill and Gabriel Rosenstock; translations by Donncha Crowley of poems in Irish by Seán O Ríordán. A traditional Hungarian folksong translated by George Szirtes and a poem by Josef Czechowicz translated from the Polish by George Hyde and Malgorzata Sady. And two poems by René Guy Cadou translated from the French by John Montague.

COVER: The Cottage at Skeagh, from which THE SHOp has been produced for many years drawing by Teo Wakeman

ILLUSTRATIONS: by Alyn Fenn, Anna Haenko, Hammond Journeaux, Jeanette McCulloch, Peadar O’Donoghue, and Matthew Wakeman

Summer 2014

NEW POEMS BY: David Broadbridge, Michael Casey, James Conway, Stephanie Conybeare, Monica Corish, Anthony Costello, JozefCzechowitz, Gerald Dawe, John F Deane, Theo Dorgan, Kelly Norah Drukker, K E Duffin, Marie Dullaghan, Mary Durkin, OrIa Fay, James Flynn, Kieran Furey, Anne­Marie Fyfe, Peggie Gallagher, Frank Golden, Sean Golden, Kevin Graham, Kevin Higgins, Bill Hoagland, Margaret Holbrook, Kaarina Hollo, Patrick Hopkins, Fred Johnston, Anne Marie Kennedy, Clare McCotter, Denise McSheehy, Ita O’Donovan, Stuart Pickford, D A Prince, Janet Shepperson, Gerard Smyth, Euan Tait, Saint James Harris Wood, Howard Wright

ALSO: a poem in Irish by Michael Davitt translated by Aidan Hayes, and another by Anselm Hollo translated by Kaarina Hollo and an essay: ‘Translating Czechowitz,’ by George Hyde and Malgorzata Sady

COVER: ‘Chair with Beach Towel’ by Colin Martin

ILLUSTRATIONS: by Tim Goulding, Anna Haenko, Hammond Journeaux, Jeanette McCulloch and Teo Wakeman

Spring 2014

NEW POEMS BY: Gary Allen, Liam Aungier, John Wall Barger, Joan Bolker, Peter Branson, Dean Browne, John F Buckley, Gerald Dawe, Ross Donlon, Joe Evans, Frank Farrelly, Owen Gallagher, Margaret Galvin, Sam Gardiner, Kevin Graham, Richard Halperin, Robert Hamberger, Fred Johnston, James Martyn Joyce, Conor Kelly, David Lumsden, Michael McCarthy, Thomas McCarthy, Allison McVety, Martin Monahan, Noel Monahan, Jason Monios, Louis Mulcahy, Diana Muller, Les Murray, Rosemary Norman, Peadar O’Donoghue, Edward O’Dwyer, Liam Ryan, Clare Sawtell, Gillian Somerville-Large, Breda Spaight, Kim Stafford, Larry Stapleton, Saint James Harris Wood, Abigail A Zammit

ALSO: two poems in Irish and English by Rody Gorman

COVER: ‘Flower Cans, Paphos’ by Jacqueline Stanley

ILLUSTRATIONS: by Beverley Gene Coraldean, Anna Haenko, Hammond Journeaux and Jeanette McCulloch

Autumn/Winter 2013

NEW POEMS BY: James Aitchison, Gary Allen, Joseph Allen, Faye Boland, Bernie Ashe, Lys Browne, Seth Crook, Tim Cunningham, Tom French, Owen Gallagher, Rebecca Gethin, Richard Halperin, Robert Hamberger, Chris Hardy, Rita Ann Higgins, Evelyn Hooven, WD Jackson, Des Kavanagh, Christopher Locke, Tim Love, Eamonn Lynskey, Clare McCotter, Michael Mackmin, Sheila Mannix, CM Millen, Doireann Nf Ghriofa, Jean O’Brien, Ruth O’Callaghan, Karen O’Connor, Nessa O’Mahony, James O’Sullivan, Michael Ray, Michael Sheehan, Alan Titley, Mary Turley-McGrath, Bogusia Wardein, Saint James Harris Wood

ALSO: Poems in Irish by LS Gógan, Greagóir Ó Dúill and Cathal Ó Searcaigh, all with translations in English. And English translations from the German of Rainer Maria Rilke, by the Ross Brin group.

COVER: But soon I heard the dash of oars: by Brian Lalor, from a sequence of 34 woodcuts illustrating Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘Rime of the Ancient Mariner’

ILLUSTRATIONS: by Anna Haenko, Kirsten Jooste, Hammond Journeaux, Jeanette McCulloch

Summer 2013

NEW POEMS BY: David Andrew, Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, Denise Blake, Pamela Mary Brown, John Wedgwood Clarke, Susan Connolly, Luigi Coppola, Nicola Deane, Edward Denniston, Stephen Devereux, Ross Donlon, Carol Ann DuffY, Frank Dullaghan, Diane Fahey, Frank Golden, Richard Halperin, Daniel Hardisty, Aidan Hayes, Seamus Hogan, Rory Johnston, Melinda Lovell, Neil McCarthy, Ted McCarthy, Kathleen McPhilemy, Eamon Mag Uidhir, Kevin Maynard, Geraldine Mitchell, Paddy Moran, Rosemary Norman, Killian O’Donnell, Michael Ray, Tony Roberts, David Rock, Aidan Rooney, Jennifer Russell, Denis Ryan, Gerard Smyth, Jacqueline Sousa, Mary Turley-McGrath, Bogusia Wardein, Charles Wilkinson, Heidi Williamson, Peter Wise, Saint James Harris Wood, Anna Zobnina

ALSO: two works from Gabriel Rosenstock, one of them a poem in Irish and English, the other an English translation of an early 15th-century Irish poem

COVER: ‘Rishabadeva’ by Janet Mullarney (Aluminium, 2010)

ILLUSTRATIONS: by Anna Haenko, Kirsten Jooste, Hammond Journeaux, Jeanette McCulloch, Matthew Wakeman and Teo Wakeman

Spring 2013

NEW POEMS BY: Mike Barlow, Myra Barrs, Deirdre Brennan, Seamas Carraher, Jim Conwell, Rowland Anthony Corr, Alex Davis, Patrick Deeley, Moyra Donaldson, Susan Millar DuMars, Frank Farrelly, Kieran Furey, Vanessa Gebbie, Kevin Griffin, Richard Halperin, Sheila Hamilton, Jonathan Hicks, Antony Johae, Edward Lee, Michael Longley, Richie McCaffery, Clare McCotter, Mric McGlinchey, Laura McKenna, Alan McMonagle, George McWhirter, Holly Magill, Sophie Meehan, Rowan Middleton, John Mole, Paddy Moran, David R Morgan, Eabhan Ní Shuileabhain, Kate Noakes, Peadar O’Donoghue, Sheila Phelan, Michelle Pro by, Clare Sawtell, John W Sexton, Gerard Smyth, Julian Stannard, Anthony Thwaite, ZG Tomaszewski, Philip Wilson, Howard Wright

ALSO: haiku from the fort of Tuathail in Irish and English by Séamus Barra 0 SuillEabháin

COVER: ‘Three Castle Head’ by Hermann Brunner

ILLUSTRATIONS: by Alyn Fenn, Anna Haenko, Jeanette McCulloch, and Matthew Wakeman

Autumn/Winter 2012

NEW POEMS BY: Faye Boland, Alison Brackenbury, Sam Gardiner, Rebecca Gethin, Kevin Graham, Nicola Griffin, Richard Halperin, Sean Hewitt, Kevin Higgins, Carolyn Jess-Cooke, Will Johnson, Noel King, Leo Lavery, Thomas McCarthy, Gill McEvoy, Tom Mathews, Martin Monahan, Sinead Morrissey, Michael Mott, Kate Noakes, Ruth O’Callaghan, Karen O’Connor, Paul o’Prey, Kevin O’Shea, Kate Quigley, J Stephen Rhodes, Gabriel Rosenstock, Floyd Skloot, C P Stewart, Rebecca Tamas, David Trame, Karina Tynan

ALSO: Poems by Ezra Pound and Kevin Kiely

To mark the publication of this 40th issue, the second section contains new poems by writers whose work also appeared in the first issue in 1999. They are Eva Bourke (translating Rilke), Patrick Cotter, John F. Deane, Fred Johnston, Medbh McGuckian, Michael Mackmin, Michael Massey, Gerry Murphy, Les Murray, Robert Nye, George Szirtes and David Wheatley.

COVER: ‘Adam and Eve,’ by Harry Wakeman