• Cover Reveal: Strange Country by Kimberly Campanello (with Launch dates)

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    We are delighted to reveal the cover for our second Poetry publication Strange Country By Kimberly Campanello, a collection based on the theme of Sheela na gigs.

    The Launch Dates are as follows. Do come.

    29th October at 20:00, GULPD cafe @ Triskel Arts Centre in Triskel Arts Centre, 14A Tobin Street, Cork City

    30th October at 20:00, Jack Nealon’s Pub, 165 Capel St, Dublin 1

    31st October at 18:00, Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Cornstore Mall, Middle Street, Galway

     

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    Kimberly Campanello was born in Elkhart, Indiana, and is a dual American and Irish citizen based in Dublin and London. Kimberly’s poems have appeared in publications in the USA, Canada, the UK and Ireland, including3:AM Magazine, Abridged, The Cream City Review, filling station, The Honest Ulsterman, Irish Left Review, MsLexia, nthposition, Penduline, Tears in the Fence, The Penny Dreadful and The Stinging Fly.  MOTHERBABYHOME, a book of conceptual poetry (zimZalla Avant Objects) will be published in late 2015.

    The artist, Morgan Doyle was born in Cork. He graduated from the Crawford College of Art and Design in 1990 and went on to complete his MA (Fine Art Printmaking) at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (1991).  Recent exhibitions include, Northern Art Fair, Harrogate; Originals 2008, Mall Galleries, London; London Art Fair(2008) and Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition, London (2007).

    His work can be seen in collections in the UK and Ireland, including Courtauld Institute, London, East Wing Collection; The President of Ireland Collection; University College Cork; National Micro Electronics, Cork; Butler Gallery Collection, Kilkenny; Prudential PLC, London; British Airports Authority, London and Laurence Graham, London.

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