Sinéad Morrissey is Reader in Creative Writing at the Seamus Heaney Centre/School of English at Queen’s University, Belfast. Her latest volume of poetry, Parallax, published by Carcanet
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17 January 2014 06:01 PM
This week answered by the winner of the TS Eliot poetry prize, Sinéad Morrissey
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