- Author:Terence Winch
- Publisher:Story Line Press (September 1, 1994)
- Pages:108 pages
- FB2 format1473 kb
- ePUB format1665 kb
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The Great Indoors (Story Line Press, 1995), Columbia Book Award winner. This Day Too: Music from Irish America with Terence Winch, Michael Winch, and Jesse Winch (Celtic Thunder Music/Free Dirt Records, 2017), a CD of original and traditional compositions.
The Great Indoors (Story Line Press, 1995), Columbia Book Award winner. The Drift of Things (The Figures, 2001). That Special Place (Hanging Loose, 2004), non-fiction stories. When New York Was Irish: Songs & Tunes by Terence Winch (Celtic Thunder Music, 2007), a CD anthology of compositions by Winch. Three albums with Celtic Thunder, a traditional Irish group, featuring original music by Winch: Celtic Thunder (Green Linnet, 1981). The Light of Other Days (Green Linnet, 1989).
Courtesy Salmon Books The Great Indoors. Brownsville, OR: Story Line Press, 1995.
Courtesy Salmon Books. Terence Patrick Winch (born 1945) is an Irish-American poet, story writer and musician. Winch has played Irish traditional music from childhood, and co-founded the band Celtic Thunder in 1977, writing much of the band's material for its 3 albums. His best-known composition is When New York Was Irish, which has been covered by many other artists. His writing, which shows New York School and other influences, has been widely published and anthologized. Great Barrington, MA: The Figures, 2001.
The Great Indoors book. Musician songwriter Terence Winch, author of Contenders and Irish Musicians/American Friends, continues his unique, robust examinations of the American psyche. Winch was selected by Irish American Magazine as one ofthe "Top 100 Irish Americans.
Terence Winch, originally from New York City, now lives in the Washington, DC, area. Terence Winch's most recent music project is a CD called This Day Too: Music from Irish America (Celtic Thunder Music/Free Dirt Records, 2017). In the early '70s, he was one of DC's "Mass Transit" poets and was closely associated with the New York writers connected with the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church in lower Manhattan. Winch, the son of Irish immigrants, has also been part of Irish-American cultural life, both as musician and writer. Some of his poetry and other writing takes its subject matter from his upbringing in a Bronx immigrant neighborhood.
Author of Boy Drinkers, The Great Indoors, Luncheonette jealousy, The Drift of Things, Contenders, The beautiful . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.
Author of Boy Drinkers, The Great Indoors, Luncheonette jealousy, The Drift of Things, Contenders, The beautiful indifference, Total strangers, Irish musicians.
Terence Winch,originally from New York City, now lives in the Washington, DC, area. Coffee House Press, 1985), an American Book Award winner. Story Line Press, 1995), which won the Columbia Book Award.
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Winch reads from The Great Indoors, a poem he wrote almost as a joke, Success Story
Winch reads from The Great Indoors, a poem he wrote almost as a joke, Success Story. As a companion poem, he reads, The Bells are Ringing for Me and Chagall, about sex and fantasy and long-term relationships, and Mysteries. He ends with a poem from his Catholic series, Comfort and Social Security, the opening ironic poem from his new manuscript, about safety and its lack.
Terence Winch was born in New York and is the author of three books of poems, The Drift of Things (The Figures, 2001), The Great Indoors (Story Line Press, 1995), and Irish Musicians/American Friends (Coffee House Press, 1985). Poems By Terence Winch. Irish Musicians/American Friends.