dublin poetry review is fresh

The Dublin Poetry Review is a new online publishing venture. The first issue was launched on 24 September, on Ireland Culture Day.

The 66 poets in the first issue have contributed work in a range of languages including English, Finnish, French, German, Irish, Japanese, Malay and Spanish.

Poets include: Sagicho Aibara, Rae Armantrout, Jenny Bornholdt, David Brooks, Mairéad Byrne, Julius Chingono, Kwame Dawes, Annie Finch, Forrest Gander, Eamon Grennan, Kimiko Hahn, Michael S. Harper, Jill Jones, Yusef Komunyakaa, Maha Elamin A Mahmoud, Jennifer Maiden, Chris Mansell, Rob Mclennan, Paul Muldoon, Emma Neale, Nuala Ní Chonchúir, Niyi Osundare, Robert Pinsky, Chris Price, Muhammad Haji Salleh, Ron Silliman, Ana Vega, C.D.Wright, Lavinia Greenlaw, Lorna Goodison.

A full PDF is available on the website for download.


Adam Aitken said…
Good to see you and David Brooks in this one
Adam Aitken said…
And Jennifer Maiden, Chris Price and Chris Mansell too
Anonymous said…
it was really great reading the poems from the first issue and ii congratulate all those who have helped put it together.
excellent pieces that were uch enjoyed.

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