Tagged: “My Love Has Fared Inland”
Her Muse means water, the moisture on the banks,
which can be awakened by a drop of oil.
The Realm of Nothing Whatever The difference between things that are really the same is called Three in the Morning. The pigeon’s bath and the tiger’s regard, the dawn air and the night air, bird-stretchings and bear-hangings and pillowed corpse on corpse. The broken tile sunk in the wide house with the desolate side windows…Continue Reading
As promised last week, we at the Press would like to take a moment to dive a little deeper into Boston College’s recent review of Medbh McGuckian’s My Love Has Fared Inland. As previously mentioned, it was nice to see BC’s reviewer, Heather Bryant Jordan, point out the same elements of movement in My Love…Continue Reading
According to a review by Borbala Farago in The Irish University Review, Medbh McGuckian’s My Love Has Fared Inland takes up “familiar themes of creativity and spirituality” and the poems “trace an introspective trajectory” including themes of “death, writing, nature, and love.” Due to the diverse content of the book, it was important for Wake Forest University…Continue Reading
The Antioch Review provided a lovely insight into both the cover art and the poetry of Medbh McGuckian’s My Love Has Fared Inland. Describing the cover, Smith writes: “Just look at this, the reader might say, with the critics who have emphasized the painter’s practice within McGuckian’s poems: ‘A gray trembling flame left the ceilings…Continue Reading