the moth

 the moth, arts and literature magazine The moth, arts and literature magazine is linked at the end of this short introductory. I picked up my copy at the newsagent at Easons in Heuston station. It proved a very popular read on holiday and I barely got my hands on it. I wondered whether I should just link a poem…

Eithne Strong’s ‘Regeneration’

  Regeneration Let me out. I’m rising out of death’s skull. Aha, old devil’s dower I have victoried. I leave you in the morning: it deals with every death and spring defeats the catafalque. You see I must believe in resurrection. This is it. Now. I was dead and am alive. Hello eternity. I can…

Poetry Against Blasphemy Laws : ‘Over the Edge’.

It’s great when your government ministers do not recognise their own traditions of blasphemy, thats mostly because they have little in the way of time to read a book- though one hopes when they are fcked out next election that they will increase their literacy level… Ireland has a wonderful tradition of blasphemic utterance, in…