Join Nell Regan in the beautiful surroundings of Lafcadio Hearn Gardens in Tramore where she’ll talk about A Gap in the Clouds: A New Translation of the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu, this classic anthology of 'tiny, beautiful' Japanese poems. Q&A to follow.
Nell Regan is a poet and non-fiction writer. She has published three poetry collections, Preparing for Spring and Bound for Home, (Arlen House) and One Still Thing (Enitharmon Press) and her many awards include a Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship, Arts Council Literature Bursaries, and a Fulbright. She was a Fellow at the International Writing Programme, Iowa while her biography Helena Molony: A Radical Life (Arlen House) was an Irish Independent 2017 Book of the Year.
A collaboration with composer Mary Barnecutt launched in 2020 at www.eavesdrop.ie and A Gap in the Clouds: A New Translation of the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu, with James Hadley, was published earlier this year by Dedalus Press. See also www.nellregan.com