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Cork Literary Review (Volume XIV)

Cork Literary Review (Volume XIV)

Eugene O’Connell (Editor)

Brian Turner (Editor – American Section)


ISBN: 978-1-905374-24-3

Hardcover: 432 pages

Price: (currently sold out)


This year’s Cork Literary Review (Volume XIV) showcases poetry from writers on both sides of the Atlantic. Volume XIV of this seminal Irish review, edited by Eugene O’Connell, is a deluxe 400-page hardback edition, celebrating 25 years of Bradshaw Books Publishing in Ireland. Highlights from Volume XIV include interviews with the Irish Ambassador, James J. Sharkey, a childhood friend of Seamus Heaney; and Liadain O’Donovan, the daughter of Frank O’Connor. The review will also feature the inaugural American section, edited and introduced by the poet Brian Turner.

Since it first appeared in 1994, the Cork Literary Review it has featured contributions from a host of noted Irish poets and writers, among them, Seamus Heaney, Paul Durcan, Thomas McCarthy, Frank McGuinness, Jean O’Brien, Ian Wild, Brian Turner, Medbh McGuckian, Sheila O’Hagan, Eugene O’Connell, William Wall, John McAuliffe, Mary Rose Callan and Roderick Ford. Volume XIII received rave reviews in both The Irish Times and The Guardian.

Volume XIV of the Cork Literary Review is currently sold out but if you’d like more information on a particular article in the anthology send an email to and we will try to assist you.