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The Length of Days Balance is RUTH O’CALLAGHAN

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Perspective Ghazal: In Situ

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Poetry in Desperate Times?

An Interview with Lidia Vianudf

Ruth O'Callaghan and Lidia Vianu

Lidia Vianu is Professor of English Contemporary Literature at the University of Bucharest. She has twice been Fulbright lecturer in Comparative Literature in the United States: at the State University of New York, Binghamton, NY, and the University of California, Berkeley. She is also a poet, novelist, critic, and translator, who has published five books of literary criticism as well as Censorship in Romania, a book of interviews and translations. She has written one novel and three poetry collections. Her editing work includes six anthologies of British and American literature and criticism, and she has translated works into both Romanian and English. In 2005 she won, jointly with Adam J. Sorkin, the Corneliu M. Popescu Prize for European Poetry Translation.

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Ruth O'Callaghan and John Lucas

Journal Frau Schackenberger’s Afternoon RUTH O’CALLAGHAN

Thorn Gruin’s Sorrowful Sonnet JOHN LUCAS

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Ruth O'Callaghan and Marilyn Hacker

Marilyn Hacker has published eleven collections of poetry including Essays on Departure (Carcanet, 2006) and Deseperanto (W.W. Norton, 2003). She is also an internationally renowned translator, former Editor- in-Chief of the Kenyon Review, and now serves on the editorial board of Siecle 21 in France and co-edits the University of Michigan Poets on Poetry series.

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'The body always has at least one wound'

Pia Tafdrup in Conversation

Ruth O'Callaghan and Pia Tafdrup

Pia Tafdrup is a, possibly the, premier poet of Denmark, who has garnered many accolades and awards including the coveted Nordic Prize – the most prestigious literary award of the five Scandinavian countries – and the Swedish Academy’s Nordic Prize 2006. She has travelled throughout the world with her poetry and her work has been translated into many languages. She is a member of the Danish Academy and the prestigious European Academy of Poetry.

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Marvellous Makers

Terrible Destroyers

Ruth O'Callaghan and Anne Stevenson

Anne Stevenson interviewed by Ruth O’Callaghan

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Roy Marshall, Ruth O'Callaghan, and Richard Kell

Cimitero Gathering On Loan by ROY MARSHALL

Keem Bay – Achill Girl: Keel Bay - Achill by RUTH O’CALLAGHAN


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Matt Simpson, Ruth O'Callaghan, Richard Kell, and Roger Caldwell


Conversation in a Mirror Why There’s An Irish Gelateria On Via Vittorio RUTH O’CALLAGHAN

Merda D’Artista RICHARD KELL

If I were Prince of Liechtenstein ROGER CALDWELL