Trevor Joyce, Fergal Gaynor, &
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Trevor Joyce has published eleven volumes of poetry, including The Poems of Sweeny Peregrine (1976), his working of the middle-Irish Buile Suibhne, and stone floods (1995), which was nominated for the Irish Times Literature Prize for Poetry. His most recent publications are with the first dream of fire they hunt the cold: A Body of Work 1966-2000 (NWP & Shearsman Books, 2001) and the audio CD Red Noise of Bones (Coelocanth & Wild Honey Press, 2001). A volume of workings from the Irish, Courts of Air and Earth (Shearsman Books), and a collection of work since 2000, What's in Store (The Gig), are forthcoming.
Fergal Gaynor is a poet / interventionist / singer / conceptual & performance artist who, as one half of Art/not art was the primary mover behind the Cork Caucus, that brought the likes of Vito Acconci, Gayatri Spivak, and many other major figures together in 2005 to discuss and enact art, possibility and democracy. He is coming to focus increasingly on poetry, and a chapbook will be published to coincide with this, his first visit to the
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