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Irish Poetry Reading Collection Volume 4

Abstract: This is volume 4 of the Irish Poetry Reading Archive. For full details of the collection and to browse all the poets in the collection please see the collection record for the Irish Poetry Reading Archive.

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  1. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Adagio Cantabile'
  2. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Assembling the Parts'
  3. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Benediction on the Sixteenth Day of May'
  4. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Between the Beats at the Moorings Bar'
  5. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Facing the Music'
  6. Michael Coady reads his poem 'June Impromptu'
  7. Manuscript of Michael Coady's 'June Impromptu'
  8. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Morning Bell'
  9. Michael Coady reads his poem 'One Another'
  10. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Stormy Weather, 1938'
  11. Manuscript of Michael Coady's 'Stormy Weather, 1938'
  12. Michael Coady reads his poem 'A Sweet Bell Ringing'
  13. Michael Coady reads his poem 'The Woman of Five Bathrooms'
  14. Michael Coady reads his poem 'Though There Are Torturers'
  15. Manuscript of Michael Coady's 'Though There Are Torturers'
  16. Mick Delap reads his poem 'Accidental'
  17. Mick Delap reads his poem 'At Anchor off the Island of Inishglora'
  18. Mick Delap reads his poem 'Heron'
  19. Mick Delap reads his poem 'Kerry Head'
  20. Mick Delap reads his poem 'My Father in his Nineties'
  21. Mick Delap reads his poem 'No tengo mas'
  22. Mick Delap reads his poem 'Opening Time'
  23. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'Conditioning'
  24. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'Conditioning'
  25. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'Daniel's Duck'
  26. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'Daniel's Duck'
  27. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'Gulls in the Morning'
  28. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'Gulls in the Morning'
  29. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'May'
  30. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'May'
  31. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'Solitude'
  32. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'Solitude'
  33. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'Waking up'
  34. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'Waking Up'
  35. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'What's Left'
  36. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'What's Left'
  37. Kerry Hardie reads her poem 'Where To Call Home'
  38. Manuscript of Kerry Hardie's 'Where To Call Home'
  39. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Crossword'
  40. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Crossword'
  41. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Damascus'
  42. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Damascus'
  43. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Feeding Time'
  44. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Feeding Time'
  45. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Memory'
  46. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Memory'
  47. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Mizen Sky'
  48. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Mizen Sky'
  49. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Monday Morning'
  50. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Monday Morning'
  51. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Paris Nuit 2016'
  52. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Paris Nuit 2016'
  53. Seamus Hogan reads his poem 'Territory'
  54. Manuscript of Seamus Hogan's 'Territory'
  55. Eleanor Hooker reads her poem 'A Calling'
  56. Manuscript of Eleanor Hooker's 'A Calling'
  57. Eleanor Hooker reads her poem 'Irrepressibly Bare'
  58. Manuscript of Eleanor Hooker's 'Irrepressibly Bare'
  59. Eleanor Hooker reads her poem 'Nailing Wings to the Dead'
  60. Eleanor Hooker reads her poem 'The Shadow Owner's Companion'
  61. Manuscript of Eleanor Hooker's 'The Shadow Owner's Companion'
  62. Eleanor Hooker reads her poem 'The Sheltered World'
  63. Manuscript of Eleanor Hooker's 'The Sheltered World'
  64. Eleanor Hooker reads her poem 'Weathering'
  65. Manuscript of Eleanor Hooker's 'Weathering'
  66. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'The Choral Synagogue, Kaunas'
  67. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'The Choral Synagogue, Kaunas'
  68. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'Creosote'
  69. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'Creosote'
  70. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'Foot'
  71. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'Foot'
  72. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'The Last Sabbath at South Terrace Synagogue'
  73. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'The Last Sabbath at South Terrace Synagogue (February 2016)'
  74. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'Mary Daly'
  75. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'Mary Daly'
  76. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'River Walk'
  77. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'River Walk'
  78. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'The Shabbos Goy'
  79. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'The Shabbos Goy'
  80. Simon Lewis reads his poem 'The Zoo'
  81. Manuscript of Simon Lewis's 'The Zoo'
  82. Michelle O'Sullivan reads her poem 'The Blind Stepchild'
  83. Manuscript of Michelle O'Sullivan's 'The Blind Stepchild'
  84. Michelle O'Sullivan reads her poem 'Dreaming of Orkney'
  85. Manuscript of Michelle O'Sullivan's 'Dreaming of Orkney'
  86. Michelle O'Sullivan reads her poem 'Elements'
  87. Manuscript of Michelle O'Sullivan's 'Elements'
  88. Michelle O'Sullivan reads her poem 'The Lumber Room'
  89. Manuscript of Michelle O'Sullivan's 'The Lumber Room'
  90. Michelle O'Sullivan reads her poem 'From Moyview'
  91. Manuscript of Michelle O'Sullivan's 'From Moyview'
  92. Michelle O'Sullivan reads her poem 'The Orchard'
  93. Mark Roper reads his poem 'After the Fall'
  94. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'After The Fall'
  95. Mark Roper reads his poem 'Angel'
  96. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'Angel'
  97. Mark Roper reads his poem 'Cardamoms'
  98. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'Cardamons'
  99. Mark Roper reads his poem 'Firelight'
  100. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'Firelight'
  101. Mark Roper reads his poem 'Hummingbird'
  102. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'Hummingbird'
  103. Mark Roper reads his poem 'The Inner poet'
  104. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'The Inner Poet'
  105. Mark Roper reads his poem 'Sleeping with the Kingfisher'
  106. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'Sleeping With The Kingfisher'
  107. Mark Roper reads his poem 'Summer Snowflakes'
  108. Manuscript of Mark Roper's 'Summer Snowflakes'
  109. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Cool of the Day'
  110. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Cool of the Day'
  111. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Cuchulain in the GPO'
  112. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Cuchulain in the GPO'
  113. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Dollars'
  114. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Dollars'
  115. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Flood'
  116. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Flood'
  117. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Goldenbridge'
  118. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Goldenbridge'
  119. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Little Mysteries'
  120. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Little Mysteries'
  121. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'Neutral Ireland'
  122. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'Neutral Ireland'
  123. Gerard Smyth reads his poem 'New Languages'
  124. Manuscript of Gerard Smyth's 'New Languages'
  125. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Broken Spade'
  126. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Broken Spade'
  127. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Chocolate'
  128. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Chocolate'
  129. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Deliverance'
  130. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Deliverance'
  131. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Distant Whisper'
  132. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Distant Whisper'
  133. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'The Family'
  134. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'The Family'
  135. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Grapes of Wrath'
  136. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Grapes of Wrath'
  137. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Hill 880'
  138. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Hill 880'
  139. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Paradox of the Peacekeeper in the Holy Land'
  140. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Paradox of the Peacekeeper in the Holy Land'
  141. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'Roadside Bomb'
  142. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'Roadside Bomb'
  143. Michael J. Whelan reads his poem 'The Soldier's Face'
  144. Manuscript of Michael J. Whelan's 'The Soldier's Face'
  145. Macdara Woods reads his poem 'Death in Venice: Panicale, August 1989'
  146. Macdara Woods reads his poem 'Fire and Snow and Carnevale'
  147. Manuscript of Macdara Woods' 'Fire And Snow And Carnevale'
  148. Macdara Woods reads his poem 'From the Notebooks of Dr Jules Cotard (1840-1889)'
  149. Macdara Woods reads his poem 'Kavanagh in Umbria'
  150. Manuscript of Macdara Woods' 'Kavanagh In Umbria'
  151. Macdara Woods reads his poem 'Song for the Magic Mountain'
  152. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Anatidaephobia'
  153. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Dad'
  154. Manuscript of Adam Wyeth's 'Dad'
  155. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Girl with a Bag in Barcelona'
  156. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Google Earth'
  157. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Metamorphosis'
  158. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Rough Music'
  159. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'Rowan'
  160. Manuscript of Adam Wyeth's 'Rowan'
  161. Adam Wyeth reads his poem 'The World'
  162. Manuscript of Adam Wyeth's 'The World'
Origin information
Dublin, Ireland : University College Dublin
Date created:
Date modified: 2017
Type of Resource
moving image
text
Physical description
162 items
Credits
The videos of the readings were produced by Ursula Byrne, Evelyn Flanagan, and Eugene Roche of UCD Library. Video production by Brian Kelly of Media Services, UCD IT Services.
Location of original
The transcriptions (presentation copies) of the poems are stored in UCD Library Special Collections.
Languages
English  Irish  
Genre
Poetry   linked data (marcgt) Filmed literary readings   linked data (lcgft)
Subject
English poetry--Irish authors--21st century
Irish poetry--21st century
Poets, Irish
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_264000
Location
UCD Library. UCD Library Special Collections
Suggested credit
"Irish Poetry Reading Collection Volume 4," held by UCD Library Special Collections. © Various copyright holders - see individual records. Digital content by University College Dublin, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <http://digital.ucd.ie/view/ucdlib:264000>

Cited/referenced by
University College, Dublin. Library. Special Collections. Poetry @ UCD. Dublin, Ireland : UCD Library –
Other format
[1] Poetry @ UCD Library
[2] Irish Poetry Reading Archive
Record source
Descriptions created by staff of UCD Library, University College Dublin. — Metadata creation date: 2019-05-02

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