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Ciaran CarsonSpace, Place, Writing$

Neal Alexander

Print publication date: 2010

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Texts by Ciaran Carson

‘Afterword’, in Frank Ormsby, ed., The Blackbird's Nest: An Anthology of Poetry from Queen's University Belfast (Belfast: The Blackstaff Press, 2003), pp. 127–8.

‘Against Oblivion’, The Irish Review 6 (spring 1989), pp. 113–16.

The Alexandrine Plan (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1998).

The Ballad of HMS Belfast: A Compendium of Belfast Poems (London: Picador, 1999).

‘Beagles, Horses, Thighs, Bikes, Boats, Grass, Bluebells, Rickshaws, Stockings’, in Theo Dorgan and Noel Duffy, eds, Watching the River Flow: A Century of Irish Poetry (Dublin: Poetry Ireland, 1999), pp. 80–86.

Belfast Confetti (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1989).

Breaking News (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 2003).

Collected Poems (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 2008).

‘Escaped from the Massacre?’, The Honest Ulsterman 50 (winter 1975), pp. 183–6.

First Language (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1993).

Fishing for Amber: A Long Story (London: Granta, 1999).

For All We Know (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 2008).

The Inferno of Dante Alighieri (London: Granta, 2002).

The Insular Celts (Belfast: Ulsterman Publications, 1973).

‘Interesting Times’, The Honest Ulsterman 74 (winter 1983), pp. 36–40.

‘Introduction’, in P.L. Henry, ed. and trans., Amra Cholum Chille: Dallán's Elegy for Columba (Belfast: Colmcille and ULTA CH Trust, 2006), pp. 7–9.

‘Introduction’, in John Kindness, Belfast Frescoes (Belfast: Crowquill Press, 1995), pp. 1–5.

The Irish for No (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1987).

Irish Traditional Music (Belfast: Appletree Press, 1986).

Last Night's Fun: About Music, Food and Time (London: Jonathan Cape, 1996).

The Lost Explorer (Belfast: Ulsterman Publications, 1978).

The Midnight Court (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 2005).

The New Estate (Belfast: The Blackstaff Press, 1976).

The New Estate and Other Poems (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1988).

On the Night Watch (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 2009).

(p.217) Opera Et Cetera (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1996).

‘The Other’, in W.N. Herbert and Matthew Hollis, eds, Strong Words: Modern poets on modern poetry (Tarset: Bloodaxe Books, 2000), pp. 234–5.

Shamrock Tea (London: Granta, 2001).

The Star Factory (London: Granta, 1997).

Sweeney Astray: Escaping from Limbo’, in Tony Curtis, ed, The Art of Seamus Heaney (Bridgend: Seren, 3rd edn, 1994), pp. 141–8.

The Táin (London: Penguin, 2007).

‘This is what libraries are for’, The Dublin Review 4 (2001), pp. 26–40.

The Twelfth of Never (Loughcrew: The Gallery Press, 1998).

‘“Whose Woods These Are …”: Some Aspects of Poetry and Translation’, The Yellow Nib 2 (2006), pp. 112–27.

Ciaran Carson Papers, MSS 746, Manuscripts and Rare Books Library, Emory University.

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———, S/Z, trans. Richard Miller (New York: Hill and Wang, 1974).

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(p.218) Boym, Svetlana, The Future of Nostalgia (New York: Basic Books, 2001).

Brandes, Rand, ‘Ciaran Carson interviewed by Rand Brandes’, The Irish Review 8 (1990), pp. 77–90.

Brearton, Fran, ‘Mapping the Trenches: Gyres, Switchbacks and Zig-zag Circles in W.B. Yeats and Ciaran Carson’, Irish Studies Review 9.3 (2001), pp. 373–86.

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Cone, Temple, ‘Knowing the Street Map by Foot: Ciaran Carson's Belfast Confetti’, New Hibernia Review/Iris Éireannach Nua 10.3 (autumn 2006), pp. 68–86.

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———, ‘Ways of Saying: Boland, Carson, McGuckian’, in Michael Kenneally, ed., Poetry in Contemporary Irish Literature (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1995), pp. 158–73.

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———, ‘Ciaran Carson: Beyond Belfast’, in Nicholas Allen and Aaron Kelly, eds, The cities of Belfast (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003), pp. 183–98.

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———, ‘“the mouth of the poem”: Carson and Place’, in Elmer Kennedy-Andrews, ed., Ciaran Carson: Critical Essays (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2009), pp. 86–105.

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