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Poetry
  • Author:
    Kerry Hardie
  • ISBN:
    1852354097
  • ISBN13:
    978-1852354091
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  • Publisher:
    Loughcrew, Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Ireland: Gallery Press (2006)
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    Poetry
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781852354084. Release Date:January 2006. 2006) A collection of poems by Kerry Hardie. Used availability for Kerry Hardie's The Silence Came Close. September 2006 : UK Hardback. September 2006 : UK Paperback

Kerry Hardie is an award-winning Irish poet and novelist. The Sky Didn’t Fall (2003). The Silence Came Close (2006). Only This Room (2009). Selected Poems (2011).

Kerry Hardie is an award-winning Irish poet and novelist. Hardie’s poetry is brave, steadily confronting both the deaths of her loved ones and her own experiences with illness as an ME sufferer. Her collections contain gentle, but insistent, works of memento mori. What makes her work exceptional is how skilfully she illustrates the connection between humanity and the cycles in the natural world.

Kerry Hardie was born in 1951 and went to school in Bangor, Northern Ireland. She has worked for the BBC in Belfast and for the Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Kerry Hardie was born in 1951 and went to school in Bangor, Northern Ireland. She has worked for the BBC in Belfast and for the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. She is the author of one previous novel, ‘Hannie Bennet's Winter Marriage’, and four books of poetry, ‘A Furious Place’, ‘Cry for the Hot Belly’, ‘The Sky Didn't Fall’ and ‘The Silence Came Close’. She lives in County Kilkenny with her husband, Sean.

Kerry Hardie (born 1951) is an Irish poet and novelist London: Bernard Stone, Turret Books, 1997. Cry for the Hot Belly. Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Ireland: Gallery, 2003. Meath, Ireland: Gallery, 2006.

Kerry Hardie (born 1951) is an Irish poet and novelist. Hardie was born in Singapore and grew up in co. Down. She was educated in Bangor, co. Down, and at the University of York. London: Bernard Stone, Turret Books, 1997. Meath, Ireland: Gallery, 2000.

Poem of the Week: Sisters, by Annemarie Ní Churreáin Books.

Our Poem of the Week, presented in association with the Poetry Programme, is The High Pyrenees by Kerry Hardie, from her collection The Silence Came Close (The Gallery Press, 2006). Poem of the Week: Sisters, by Annemarie Ní Churreáin Books.