poetry clips: Nuala Reilly 

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Nuala Reilly (Ireland) read at the 2008 John Hewitt International Summer School in Armagh, in a showcase for the Irish language publisher, Coiscéim.  

Nuala, who writes in Irish, is a native of Armagh and now lives in Derry City. She launched her first collection, “Magus Ballyrath” (Coiscéim) at the 2008 John Hewitt International Summer School in Armagh. Coiscéim has since published “Luibheanna Íce”(2013) and “Caipín an tSonais” (2020). Her poems have appeared in many magazines including “An tUltach”, “Irish Pages”, “Guth”, “Comhar” and “Feasta”. Work by her appeared in “Catullus Gaelach” (Coiscéim, 2010), an anthology Irish language translations of poems by Catullus. She was awarded Duais Cholm Cille at the Strokestown International Poetry Festival in 2005.

Nuala at Coiscéim: http://coisceim.ie/caipin.html


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