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Cork Literary Review (Volume XIII)

    Vol. XIII is currently sold out.

    Cork Literary Review (Volume XIII)

    Eugene O’Connell (Editor)


    ISBN: 978-1-905374-15-1

    Hardcover: 272 pages

    Price: €15 (+ P&P)


    Volume XIII of the acclaimed literary journal returns, with essays, reviews, poetry and new writing by well-known names and a selection of work from new voices in Irish poetry.


    ‘The existence of literary journals is often precarious. Apart from the labour-of-love aspect, there are the crippling production costs and, sometimes, the lack of committed subscribers. Many journals disappear or go online – witness Southward, the journal of the Munster Literature Centre which recently went virtual. Cork Literary Review, now in its 13th issue, under the editorship of Eugene O’Connell, is reversing matters and has gone from paperback to hardback in a bold and ambitious move.’ Joseph Woods, The Irish Times (October 2009)

    Volume XIII of the Cork Literary Review is currently sold out. However, some copies of past volumes are still available. Contact for more information on past editions.