Waiting for My Clothes
The author, age 21 in 2004, has already won most of Ireland's main poetry competitions. Now she publishes her first collection with Bloodaxe at the same time as her work is featured in Selina Guinness's anthology: The New Irish Poets. Waiting for My Clothes traces a personal journey, from the traumas of eating disorder and low self-esteem to the saving powers of love and positive awareness.
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