Category Archives: Poetry

Tom Paine – Four Poems

TOM PAINE’s poetry is upcoming or published in The Nation, Glasgow Review of Books, The Moth Magazine (Ireland), Blackbox Manifold (England), Volt, Fence, Forklift, Ohio, Epiphany, The Common, Green Mountain Review, Tinderbox, Hunger Mountain, Hotel Amerika, Gulf Stream, Tampa Review, … Continue reading

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John M. Gist – Two Poems

John M. Gist’s creative writing has appeared in publications such as the Dr. T.J Eckleburg Review, PIF, Superstition Review, Gravel, Wilderness House, Pithead Chapel, Prick of the Spindle, Left Curve, Academic Questions, New Mexico Magazine and many others. With an … Continue reading

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Michael A. Griffith – Two Poems

Michael A. Griffith writings have appeared in print and online publications and have been translated into several languages. His first chapbook of poems will be published by The Blue Nib later this year. He lives and teach near Princeton, NJ. … Continue reading

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Jim Feeney – Two Poems

Jim Feeney was born in Dublin and has lived in Vancouver since 1979. He has published previously in Cyphers (Ireland), The sHop (Ireland), In-Flight Literary Magazine, Oddball Magazine, the Galway Review, Anti Heroin Chic, The Basil O’Flaherty, Rat’s Ass Review … Continue reading

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Steve Carr – A Girl Named Sugar

Steve Carr, who lives in Richmond, Va., began his writing career as a military journalist and has had over 160 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals and anthologies. Sand, a collection of his short stories, was … Continue reading

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Robert Pelgrift – Three Poems

Robert Pelgrift is an editor for a legal publisher, working in New York City. His poems have been published in various anthologies and in The Lyric, Rotary Dial, The Galway Review, The Foxglove Journal, The Waggle, Long Island Quarterly, The … Continue reading

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Naida Mujkić – Three Poems

Naida Mujkić is  Bosnian poet. She won first prize at literary festival Slovo Gorčina – the most important award to young poet in the collection of unpublished poems in her country (2006). She was a guest artist at Q21 Museumsquartier … Continue reading

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A successful launch of The Galway Review 6

Tom Kenny, of Kenny’s Bookstore launched the 6th printed edition of The Galway Review in the Hardiman library in National University of Ireland, Galway, on Thursday last, 26 April 2018. Speaking in both Irish and English to the assembled guests he praised the high quality … Continue reading

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Matt Mooney – Gan Dídean

Beidh Matt Mooney i mBaile Locha Riach, a bhaile dhúchais, sar i bhfad ag léamh a chuid filíochta as Gaeilge ag an Ceolchoirm Mhór oíche Shathairn 19ú Bealtaine i rith Féile Raiftearaí (16ú – 20ú Bealtaine). Gan Dídean Gan dídean, … Continue reading

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Buy The Galway Review 6

Buy The Galway Review 6 If you’d like to buy The Galway Review 6 anthology you can do it online now. The book costs €15 (including postage and packing). We will happily ship to anywhere in the world. If you will have … Continue reading

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Robert Pelgrift – Three Poems

Robert Pelgrift is an editor for a legal publisher, working in New York City.  His poems have been published in various anthologies and in The Lyric, Rotary Dial, The Galway Review, The Foxglove Journal, The Waggle, Long Island Quarterly, The Eclectic Muse, … Continue reading

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Paddy Kelly – Two Poems

Paddy Kelly was born in Ireland and narrowly avoided being a farmer. A romantic accident moved him to Sweden where he remains to this day, now a huge fan of standing in line, wind-driven snow and fermented fish. He’s had … Continue reading

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