The Galway Review 11: A fantastic anthology of poetry and short stories


The 11th printed edition of ‘The Galway Review’ literary magazine has been printed and is on its way to you.


The Galway Review 11 is a fantastic anthology of poetry and short stories from a diverse group of writers from around the world. The collection features work from poets and short-story writers from Ireland, the UK, the US, Canada, Australia, and more, and the quality of the writing is consistently high throughout.

One of the standout features of this anthology is the modern and stylish approach taken by many of the writers. The poems and short stories are fresh and contemporary, and they explore a wide range of themes and subjects in an engaging and thought-provoking way.

Another great aspect of the book is the diversity of voices represented. The anthology includes work from both established and emerging writers, and the perspectives and experiences of the authors are varied and rich. This makes for a truly dynamic and exciting reading experience.

The poems in the collection are particularly strong, with many of them showcasing a mastery of language and a keen sense of imagery. The short stories are also well-crafted, and they explore a wide range of themes and subjects in a way that is both engaging and thought-provoking.

Overall, The Galway Review 11 is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary poetry and short fiction. The quality of the writing is exceptional, and the anthology as a whole is a testament to the strength and diversity of the literary community. It’s one of the best and most diverse collection of poetry and short story you will ever read.


Table of Contents

  • Jane Frank
  • Emma M.Murray
  • Laura Rodley
  • Gil Hoy
  • Gary Percesepe
  • Imelda O’Reilly
  • Barbara Derbyshire
  • Stan McWilliams
  • Brian O’Dowd
  • Keith Melton
  • Matthew Brennan
  • Niall Crowley
  • Robert Ready
  • Shelley Corcoran
  • Phil Cummins
  • Phil Carrick
  • Vivien Foulkes-James
  • Kelly Easton
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