Jack Grady reads

Jack Grady is a founder member of the Mayo-based Ox Mountain Poets. His poetry has been published in Ireland, the UK, Canada, the USA, France, Portugal, Greece, Columbia, India, Nepal, and Indonesia, and some of his poems will be appearing, translated into Spanish, in the February issue of Alameda 39. His most recent publication credits include The Honest Ulsterman; Ink, Sweat, and Tears; Live Encounters Poetry and Writing; The Ekphrastic Review; Pratik Magazine; Invientario, Antología poética de los cinco continentes; and το κοράλλι  (The Coral). He has read in Ireland and the United States and at international poetry events, including the Festival International Poésie Marrakech, in Morocco, Poesia a Sul in Olhão, Portugal, and at an event honouring Spanish poet Emilio Durán in Seville, Spain. His poetry collection, Resurrection, published by Lapwing in 2017, was nominated for the T.S. Eliot Prize.

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