Eavan Boland


Widely considered to be one of Ireland’s most important contemporary poets, Eavan Boland is currently a Professor of Humanities and Director of the Creative Writing Programme at Stanford University, where she has taught since 1996. Her collections include The War Horse [1975], Night Feed [1982] Outside History [1990], A Time of Violence [1994, shortlisted for the T.S Eliot Prize], The Lost Land [1998], Code [2001], Against Love Poetry [2001, New York Times Notable Book of the Year], Domestic Violence [2007] and A Woman Without A Country [2014]. In 2015 a New Collected Poems was published, and Eavan Boland: Inside History, a book celebrating her long and distinguished career, was published by Arlen House and launched at Poetry Ireland on Wednesday [15 December 2016].

Books by Eavan Boland
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Poetry Ireland Review Issue 121

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 121

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 122

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 123

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 124

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 126

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 125

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