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Swimming to Albania
Swimming to Albania
ISBN: 978-1-905374-02-1 (Paperback) / 978-1-905374-14-4 (Hardback)
Price: €12 (+ P&P) Paperback / €15 (+ P&P) Hardback
Born in England in 1965, Matthew Geden has lived in Kinsale, County Cork since 1990. A reviewer, critic and translator, he has been widely published in literary journals and anthologies. He co-founded the Bandon Arts Festival as well as Soundeye Festival of the Arts of the Word. He runs an independent bookshop in Kinsale.
Matthew Geden´s first collection of poems is an exploration of the mythic realms of landscape and of the travails of the human condition. His writing draws on a broad range of literary and geographical influences and yet he is still very much rooted in the fields and sea breezes of West Cork.
Praise for Matthew Geden
‘A quiet contemplative poet alive to the hours and the seasons. A true voice.’
‘This new collection is a beautiful work, combining the hard rock-face of exile with the transforming attrition of love and family. Whether watching gannets circling or preparing a breakfast of stale bread and wine, he has certainly filled the house of Kinsale with words.’