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Domenico Iannaco was born in 1980 in Avellino, Italy. He has published a long poem in Italian, Amber, and a collection of poems entitled Ellise. In 2010 he decided to abandoned his native language and pass into English. His first attempt was Galahad.

 After Hell is Iannaco’s main attempt at writing naked poetry; poetry beyond every rule.

 Every topic must be faced by the poetic voice that recollects every experience it can remember. This poem is a monologue; moving from passage to passage, from thought to thought, to put forward a vision of life. Modernity is seen as a great opportunity that has been lost. This work deals with both passions and driving forces; it is itself driven by an unreconciled idealism.

After Hell is both tragedy and comedy.


18 Nov 2015

Civic Trust House, Cork


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