The H’mm Foundation commissioned me to write and read 2 poems about the debate on UK Devolution from a Northern Irish perspective in an evening of Poetry and Music along with Gillian Clarke, Jasmine Donahaye, Christine De Luca.
Millennium Centre, Cardiff 11th Sept 2014
* Carraig Uisneach is a rock jutting out from the north-eastern tip of Ireland which was from ancient times a point of arrival from and departure for Scotland.
Deirdre of the Sorrows risked returning to it from safe haven in Scotland with the three Sons of Uisneach: her lover, Naisi and his brothers.
Uladh and Alba: Gaelic names for Ulster and Scotland