Introducing the new poetry book from Glynn Sinclare, Poetics – Book Of 100 Poems, writen by Glynn Sinclare and illustrated by Limmerick based artists as well as some of Glynn’s own works.
I am very proud of the fact that I am a Limerick Poet and Author of the Emigrants, written under my “nom de plume”Glynn Sinclare.
Three Limerick Artist all lived at one time or another on Farranshone (my road) in Limerick City. Each of them gave permission to add a copy of their painting in black and white to go with one of my poems.
Kate Hennessy, a Classmate of mine at the Salesian Convent. The nuns were the first to discover her talent. Her work can be found at Kate Hennessy Fineartamerica.com
Myra Rielly, a renowned Limerick Artist. Her work can be purchased at fineartamerica.com
Joyce Shee, who floats between the Burren County Clare and Limerick City. Her art can be found Joyce Shee Russellgallery.net
Filipino artist Marichit S Garcia. A catalogue of her art project number 348.64-5 can be found at Brooklyn Art Library.
I am very grateful to them all.
The painting on the cover is by Joyce Shee, her interpretation of a photo she once saw, I fell in love with it. It stirs memories of a date. Going to the cinema on a rainy Limerick night, passing the railing of my grandfathers house in Pery Square.
These poems are dredged from some spaces deep within my brain and heart.
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We are happy to announce the new title from author and Poet Glynn Sinclare.
Following the success of her book, The Emigrants, Glynn has writen her new book “Poetics – Book of 100 peoms” which is due out at the end of this month and features illustrations from Limmerick artist Joyce Shee, amongst others.
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Introduction The Smell Of Apricots a collection of short stories, the new title from seasoned author Dominic O’Sullivan. In 2009 Dominic published his first collection of short stories ‘Swifts’ of which the title story was performed as a play in the Chocolate Factory, North London. A number of the short stories, New Wave, Birdsong, A Dash of Soda, Undercover, The Open Window, Portal and Dreams, have been performed at the ADC and Boathouse Theatre, Cambridge as part of their annual season of monologues, duologues and short plays.
How about a trip to confession?
What’s happening in both sides of Germany?
A trip to the coast could perhaps change your life. And why have bird impressions suddenly become popular?
All is revealed in this varied collection of short stories. In this collection ‘Elemental’ was performed at The Black Hostelry in Ely in May 2018.
An article from last month made for an interesting read, the article on the BBC website reported that the NFA (Northern Fiction Alliance) where calling upon the publishing industry to be less London-centric as they phrased it.
I do wonder what difference a shift of organisation would make, we operate in a global marketplace where location shouldn’t make a difference to the service you are providing or receiving for that matter.
Would you choose your publisher based on where they are located?
Whilst we would actively encourage publishers to spread their wings in terms of location what does it actually achieve?
Please feel free to add your thoughts and comments.