New Soundings: An Anthology of New Writing from the North of Ireland
Blackstaff, 2003 - Fiction - 175 pages
A showcase for a new generation of writers - including poets, prose writers and dramatists - from the North of Ireland, edited by award-winning Irish writer Daragh Carville. Funny, moving and querulous, the writing re-imagines and re-shapes the disputed territory of the North.
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