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Stealing Shakespeare’s Pencil
Eoin Hurley (Editor)
Kathy D’Arcy (Editor)
Paperback: 76 pages
Price: €12 (+ P&P)
Stealing Shakespeare’s Pencil, an anthology featuring young poets from Ireland, Europe and across the world, brings together young writers from disparate backgrounds and a number of languages. Despite the varying cultures and nationalities, the featured poets explore collective human experiences – romance, politics, bullying, friendship, poverty, family, loss and recession – creating a unified voice for young people across the globe.
Stealing Shakespeare’s Pencil captures the thoughts and feelings of a generation facing an uncertain future, in a sometimes humorous, often humbling collection that challenges the stereotyped perception of young people as uncaring and disaffected.
Praise for Stealing Shakespeare’s Pencil
‘… a showcase of tenacious imaginations and of the passionate truths of young hearts.’ Dave Lordan, poet and Chair of the Poetry Bursary Award