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"'The Cranium' is a poem where “the wetware of vessels” is juxtaposed with the delicacy of all the strands of memory and of self contained therein. While such poems have a coolness about them, there are many others by this England-based poet from Lisgoold, Co Cork, where he offers affectionate and moving dedications to fellow Cork poets, living and dead, not least in "The Hip-Flask", a lovely tribute to the late Gregory O’Donoghue." Liam Heylin • Irish Examiner

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