Watching for signs
Ann Joyce's poetry has been widely published in literary journals and she was short-listed for the Sunday Tribune / Hennessy Literary Award for poetry. Living as she does in the area between Knocknarea and Benbulben in the northwest of Ireland, it is perhaps not surprising that Anna Joyce has an ongoing interest in Celtic mythology which is reflected in the subject matter of many of the poems in this. her debut collection.
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