Tracy Gaughan selects poetry from established and emerging writers from Ireland and the UK.
One of the poems is from the book I’m currently writing on Place and Displacement.
Tracy comments: ‘Angela Graham’s imaginative eloquence of language embodies an ‘at-homeness’ in both the universal and the particular’.
Abhaile is a great means of sampling work from a range of poets. I found among them Hugh McMillan and Caroline Johnson. I’ll give them a wave over there in Scotland. I’m looking forward to my time off next week when I can read everyone’s work.