Thursday, July 05, 2007

From the Same Stable

I'll be off again next week to attend a Doghouse launch in Dublin. This time it's Catherine Ann Cullen's debut collection, A Bone in my Throat, which will be held in the Rubicon Gallery at 10 St. Stephen's Green, on Thursday 12th July at 6.30pm and is being introduced by Senator David Norris.

Catherine Ann Cullen is quite a prolific writer, writing children's books as well as poetry. She is quite widely published, a sample of her work is here.

A Bone in my Throat is one of four books being published by Doghouse this year. The other three include Anatoly Kudryavitsky who launches at the Gerard Manley Hopkins literary festival at Monasterevin on the 23rd of July with his book, Shadow of Time, his own poetry in English.

The third is Hugh O'Donnell, previously Roman Pines at Berkeley (Salmon, 1990). His launch will be in September, date to be confirmed.

And that leaves my own, Kairos, which has just had its cover picked last week - a beautiful image of a red coastal-scape with a peculiar yellow sun.

6 comments:

Carole said...

What a cultured lot you are over there in Ireland!

Cailleach said...

It might seem that way - its a little like buses, they come in threes... :)

Minx said...

A step nearer Babs, fantastic!

Jon M said...

I pine for poetry in Ireland! I followed the link, more powerful stuff!

Absolute Vanilla... (& Atyllah) said...

That cover sounds stunning, Barbara! Looking forward to seeing an image of it!

Cailleach said...

Well thanks all - since you asked, I've dug it out.