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A gift from the artist to Sir Noël Coward in 1972. Runner-up in the Poetry Ireland/Trocaire Competition (2013) and the Listowel Writers Week Poetry Collection Competition (2013), she was also shortlisted for the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Competition 2013, the Hennessy New Irish Writing Literary Awards 2013 & 2014, the Hippocrates Prize (2013), Mslexia Poetry Competition (2012), Fish Poetry Prize (2009 & 2012). In 2005 she won first place in the SCC [Sports and Cultural Committee]Poetry Competition in the Open Poetry Section [for published poets].

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Publisher: Chatto & Windus; 1St Edition edition (1982)

ISBN: 0701126515

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