“Talk Poetry is so hot. High bandwidth textblocks buzz with wonderful conversations. Verbal quadrats frame teeming diversifications. It’s just gorgeous. What do you think’s going to happen when a magnificent poet finds her perfect form? Don’t let this one slip through your fingers. Unmissable.”
Reviews & Such
Read the review/interview by Sarah Sloat on the September 28, 2009 edition of readwritepoem.
Rob McLennan interviewed Mairéad Byrne on his blog November 18, 2007. Read it here: http://12or20questions.blogspot.com/2007/11/12-or-20-questions-with-mairad-byrne.html
“What Is A Cell Phone?” (poem in Talk Poetry featured in the September/October issue of The American Poetry Review. (Text available to subscribers only.)
Read Stride Magazine’s review of Talk Poetry…
Read Canadian poet Sina Queyras’ May 20, 2007 review of Talk Poetry…
About the Author
Mairéad Byrne’s previous publications include two poetry collections, SOS Poetry (/ubu Editions 2007), and Nelson & The Huruburu Bird (Wild Honey Press 2003); three chapbooks, An Educated Heart (Palm Press 2005), Vivas (Wild Honey Press 2005), and Kalends (Belladonna* 2005). She is an Associate Professor of English at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. With Ian Davidson, she is the co-manager of the listserv British & Irish Poets. Before immigrating to the United States in 1994, she was a journalist, playwright, arts centre director, and teacher in Ireland.