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Return and No Blame. Dublin: Beaver Row, 1984.
Reading the Sky. Dublin: Beaver Row, 1986.
The Man Who Was Marked by Winter. Loughcrew: Gallery, 1991; Cheney, WA: Eastern Washington UP, 1991, 1994.
Pillow Talk. Loughcrew: Gallery, 1994.
Mysteries of the Home: A Selection of Poems. Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1996.
Dharmakaya. Manchester: Carcanet, 2000; Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest UP, 2002.
Three Irish Poets: Eavan Boland, Paula Meehan and Mary O'Malley. Manchester: Carcanet, 2003.
Painting Rain. Manchester: Carcanet, 2009; Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest UP, 2009.

Limited Editions

Well. Trans. Edoardo Zuccato. Milan: En Plein Edizioni, 1998.
Six Sycamores. With Marie Foley, sculpture and drawings. Belfast: Crowquill, 2004.
Sea. With Thomas Dillon Redshaw and Paulette Myers-Rich. St. Paul, MN: Traffic Street Press, 2007.
Days Like These: Three Irish Poets. [Tony Curtis, Theo Dorgan, Paula Meehan] Eds. Sam Green and Sally Green. Waldron Island, WA: Brooding Heron Press, 2007. [End Page 272]

Plays Published

"Mrs Sweeney." Rough Magic: First Plays. Ed. Siobhán Bourke. Dublin: New Island, 1999. 397-464.
Cell: A Play in Two Parts for Four Actors and a Voice. Dublin: New Island, 2000.
Music for Dogs: Work For Radio [Janey Mack is Going to Die, The Lover, Three Hander]. Dublin: Dedalus, 2008.

Plays Produced

Kirkle. Dir. Susie Kennedy. TEAM Educational Theatre Company. The Ark: A Cultural Centre for Children, Dublin; Dalkey School Project, Dalkey, Co. Dublin, as part of a tour to schools. 3 Feb. 1995.
The Voyage: For Four Actors and a Musician. Dir. Susie Kennedy. TEAM Educational Theatre Company. The Ark: A Cultural Centre for Children, Dublin. 22 Mar. 1997.
Mrs Sweeney. Dir. Kathy McArdle. Rough Magic Theatre Company. Project Arts Centre (project@themint), Dublin. 7 May 1997; The Magic Theatre, San Francisco. 1999.
Cell: A Play in Two Parts for Four Actors and a Voice. Dir. Garrett Keogh. Calypso Productions. City Arts Centre, Dublin. 6 Sep. 1999; Celle [German translation]. Kosmos Theatre, Breganz, Austria. 2004.
The Wolf of Winter. Dir. Andrea Ainsworth. The National Theatre Company. Abbey Theatre (Peacock Theatre), Dublin. 10 Dec. 2003, repeated Jan.2004.

Radio Productions

Mrs Sweeney. Play of the Week. RTÉ. Radio 1. 8 Jun. 1990.
Janey Mack Is Going to Die. Dramatic monologue performed by Ruth McCabe. All Talk. RTÉ. Radio 1, Dublin. 19 Nov. 2001.
Wuthering Heights. Adaptation of novel for the national Leaving Certificate exam. Sunday Playhouse. RTÉ. Radio 1. 11 May 2003, 18 May 2003, 7 Mar. 2004.
The Lover. Dramatic Monologue performed by Lisa Lamb. RTÉ. Radio 1. The Tuesday Play: The Seven Ages of Man. RTÉ Radio 1, Dublin. 18 Jan. 2005; 9 Aug. 2005.
Threehander. Drama performed by Garrett Keogh, Ruth McCabe, and Laura Murphy. RTÉ. Radio 1. Sunday Playhouse. RTÉ Radio 1, Dublin. 23 Oct.2005. [End Page 273]


25. Poetry Reading at The Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Sunday, 2 July 1995. Dublin: The Gallery Press, 1995.
Boland, Eavan, ed. Irish Writers on Irish Writing. San Antonio: Trinity UP, 2007.
Bourke, Angela, ed. The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing Volumes IV and V: Irish Women's Writing. Cork: Cork UP, 2002.
Bourke, Siobhán, ed. Rough Magic: First Plays [includes Mrs Sweeney]. Dublin: New Island Press, 1999.
Brass on Bronze: Errigal Writers and Guest Poets. Letterkenny: Errigal Press, 2005.
Cashman, Seamus, ed. Something Beginning With P: New Poems from Irish Poets. Dublin: O'Brien, 2004.
Caulfied, Carlota, and John Goodby, eds. No Soy Tu Musa: Antología de Poetas Irlandesas Contemporáneas / I'm Not Your Muse: Contemporary Irish Women Poets. Trans. Carlota Caulfied. Madrid: Torremazos Press, Jan.2008.
Crotty, Patrick, ed. Modern Irish Poetry. Belfast: Blackstaff, 1995.
Dawe, Gerald, and Jonathan Williams, eds. Krino, 1986-1996: An Anthology of Modern Irish Writing. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1996.
Dawe, Gerald, and Michael Mulreany, eds. The Ogham Stone: An Anthology of Contemporary Ireland. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2001.
De Angelis, Irene, and Joseph Woods, eds. Our Shared Japan. Dublin: Dedalus, 2008.
Donovan, Katie, et al., eds. Ireland's Women: Writings Past and Present. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1994.
Dorgan, Theo, ed. Mna na hEorpa: Women of Europe, A Celebration by Irish Women Poets. Dublin: Poetry Ireland/Éigse Éireann, 1992.


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