Leonard Cohen Poems

Hardback, 25/03/2011, €14.20
An anthology that includes such legendary songs as "Suzanne", "Sisters of Mercy", "Bird on the Wire", "Famous Blue Raincoat" and "I'm Your Man" and poems from many collections including "Flowers for Hitler", "Beautiful Losers" and "Death of a Lady's Man".

Pocket Irish Poetry

Hardback, 06/02/2015, €5.00
This beautifully illustrated collection contains the greatest poems from the greatest Irish poets.

Milk and Honey

Paperback, 05/11/2015, €14.20
milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. About the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss and femininity.

Poems That Make Grown Women Cry

Paperback, 09/03/2017, €14.20
The perfect companion volume to sit alongside the highest selling poetry book of 2014, Poems That Make Grown Men Cry

The Plough and the Stars

Paperback, 23/07/2001, €12.75
This edition contains the full text of O'Casey's play; notes concerning difficult words and references; and an introduction covering the author's life, social and political events of the period, influences on the author, and the characters and themes of the play.

Book of Longing

Paperback, 02/08/2007, €14.20
Leonard Cohen made his name as a poet before he came to worldwide attention as a singer and songwriter. This collection of his poetry was written in Montreal, Mumbai and during his retirement in Mt Baldy.

"A Doll's House"

Paperback, 19/08/2008, €15.60
The Student Edition of Ibsen's classic play, in Michael Meyer's definitive translation.

Windharp: Poems of Ireland Since 1916

Paperback, 02/06/2016, €14.20

Three Dublin Plays: "Shadow of a Gunman", "Juno and the Paycock" and "Plough and the Stars"

Paperback, 20/07/1998, €15.60
This volume contains the three plays commonly recognized as the height of O'Casey's achievement as a playwright. His tragi-comedy has relevance to the violent politics in the North and the post-nationalist bewilderments in the Republic.

"A Skull in Connemara"

Paperback, 24/07/1997, €15.60
The second in McDonagh's Connemara trilogy of plays. Mick Dowd is hired annually to disinter the bones in certain sections of his local cemetery, in order to make way for the new arrivals. As the time comes for him to dig up those of his own late wife, strange rumours also resurface.