Cold Coffee at Emo Court by Arthur Broomfield

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There’s a warmth and tenderness at work in these clear-eyed poems, laced with a shot of dry humour.  Arthur Broomfield is as likely to be inspired by a visit to a hurling match as an art gallery these are poems that live in the real world, rooted in the everyday, with a commitment to the importance of language


Dr Arthur Broomfield is a poet, novelist, publisher and Beckett scholar from County Laois. His previous works include When the Dust Settles ( International University Press ) The Poetry Reading at Semple Stadium (Lapwing), The Empty Too : language and philosophy in the works of Samuel Beckett ( Cambridge Scholars Publishing) and Mice at the Threshing ( Lapwing). He is editor of the online poetry journal Outburst, and delivers occasional lectures on the works of Samuel Beckett. A Room of One’s Own is his first full collection.


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