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The Stone Garden

Poetry


by
Diane Fahey

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 80 pages

File size: 170 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

In ‘The Stone Garden: poems from Clare’, Diane Fahey offers a vibrant engagement with key features of County Clare’s natural environment. Starting in a cottage in the north-east, with a long view of the coast, the poet journeys into the further reaches – Lough Derg, Dromore Wood, and the Burren region with its stony but uncannily fertile landscapes, cliffs and shores. ‘The Stone Garden’ is a resonant, meditative collection of poems presenting intimate glimpses of, and larger perspectives on, the splendours of Clare. Diane Fahey is the author of ten poetry collections and a verse novel, The Mystery of Rosa Morland. The Wing Collection: New and Selected Poems was shortlisted for the 2012 John Bray Poetry Award; Sea Wall and River Light was a winner of the Judith Wright Poetry Award.

In ‘The Stone Garden: poems from Clare’, Diane Fahey offers a vibrant engagement with key features of County Clare’s natural environment. Starting in a cottage in the north-east, with a long view of the coast, the poet journeys into the further reaches – Lough Derg, Dromore Wood, and the Burren region with its stony but uncannily fertile landscapes, cliffs and shores. ‘The Stone Garden’ is a resonant, meditative collection of poems presenting intimate glimpses of,… (more)

In ‘The Stone Garden: poems from Clare’, Diane Fahey offers a vibrant engagement with key features of County Clare’s natural environment. Starting in a cottage in the north-east, with a long view of the coast, the poet journeys into the further reaches – Lough Derg, Dromore Wood, and the Burren region with its stony but uncannily fertile landscapes, cliffs and shores. ‘The Stone Garden’ is a resonant, meditative collection of poems presenting intimate glimpses of, and larger perspectives on, the splendours of Clare. Diane Fahey is the author of ten poetry collections and a verse novel, The Mystery of Rosa Morland. The Wing Collection: New and Selected Poems was shortlisted for the 2012 John Bray Poetry Award; Sea Wall and River Light was a winner of the Judith Wright Poetry Award.

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