This collection of poems captures an Ireland at a crossroads of class, culture and moral identity. These changes are explored through simple family vignettes, corner-boy voyeurism and many colourful characters. Most of the poems can be comfortably read between two or three breaths, but they linger, provoke and ask to be reread another time. The American poems document a different, though no more complex, landscape through which the author has journeyed over many years.
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