Live Encounters Poetry & Writing Volume One December 2018

We thank Thomas McCarthy for taking time out to pen this enlightening guest editorial. Poets constantly remind us of the power of the WORD. Lyricism is the symphony of the WORD. It is the pathfinder for all that is virtuous and true. Perhaps poets are here to pay our debts to this world. Thomas McCarthy graciously reminds us of our responsibility to members of the WORD – women poets. Much needs to be done but we have the WORD. Now all we need to do is to listen and follow the lyricism with respect and gratitude.
– Mark Ulyseas

LE Poetry & Writing Volume One Dec 2018

Thomas McCarthy
– Why men should study women’s poetry

Terry McDonagh – The Making of Fourth Floor Flat
Angela Patten – A Call to Prayer
Anton Floyd – Affinities
Bernadette Gallagher – Resting place
Bob Shakeshaft – Wounded Earth
Breda Wall Ryan – Pathways
Charlotte Innes – Waiting for rain
Colette Nic Aodha – Liturgy
Dr Greta Sykes – Time of Departure
Eamonn Lynskey – Longtime Companion
Eileen Casey – The Lea-Green Down
Geraldine Mills – Widows Together
Hélène Cardona – Birnam Wood Jack Grady – Unconsecrated Ground
Javant Biarujia
– Book review of Berni M Janssen’s between wind and water

Jude Cowan Montague – Sand
Lorraine Carey – Our Last Christmas in Dublin
Mary Melvin Geoghegan – In a Distant Landscape
Miceál Kearney – A Different View
Michael Durack – Talking Art
Michael J Whelan – One Hundred Years From Now
Peter O’Neill – Touching on Derrida
Phil Lynch – Footage
Ray Whitaker – The Colors of Ideas
Richard James Allen – The Mysteries of Measurement
Roisín Browne – Wild Food at Cromane
Tim Dwyer – Homeward

LE P&W Vol One Dec 2018PDF


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