Irish Pages: The Belfast Agreement

Irish Pages
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Irish Pages is a biannual journal, edited in Belfast and publishing writing from Ireland and overseas. Its policy is to publish poetry, short fiction, essays, creative non-fiction, memoir, essay reviews, nature-writing, translated work, literary journalism, and other autobiographical, historical, religious and scientific writing of literary distinction. 

Each issue includes a number of regular features: From the Irish Archive, an extract of writing from a non-contemporary Irish writer, accompanied by a brief biographical note; In Other Words, a selection of translated work from a particular country; and The Publishing Scene, a commissioned piece taking a critical look at some aspect of the literary world in Ireland, Britain or the United States. Each issue also contains a portfolio of work from a leading photographer.

The Belfast Agreement: Twentieth Anniversary Issue

  • Michael Longley on Songs for Dead Children
  • Essays on The Good Friday Agreement by: Paul Arthur, Patricia Craig, Monica McWilliams, John Gray, John Wilson Foster, Edna Longley, Iggy McGovern, Gerard McCarthy, David Park, Jean Bleakney, Carlo Gébler, Anne Devlin, Brice Dickson, Robert McDowell, Ed Moloney, Mathew O’Toole, Jason Gathorne-Hardy, Andy Pollak & Glenn Patterson.
  • Roy Foster and Nigel Lewis on Europe’s Tectonic Plates 
  • Poems by Tom Mac Intyre, Moya Cannon, Ruth Carr, Harry Clifton, Kerry Hardie, Gerard Smyth & Ciarán O’Rourke 
  • Philip Knox, Jennifer Kerr, Stephen Dornan, Stephen Elliott & Noel Russell on the youthful aftermath of the Agreement 
  • Chris Agee’s Weather Report: Good Friday Week, 1998
  • Evelyn Conlon, Matt Kirkham, Peter Geoghegan, 
    Natasha Cuddington & Frances Byrne on boundaries, borders & maps
  • Manfred McDowell on the secrets of 64 Myrtlefield Park
  • Art Hughes in praise of Belfast and its writers
  • PLUS: Writers of Belfast:
    A remarkable portfolio of paintings by Neil Shawcross

Published by Irish Pages
Softcover
232 pages
155 × 235 mm
ISBN: 9780993553271

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