Poet, lyricist, librettist, translator, critic, editor and professor: Paul Muldoon is a literary great.
From the house wren to hunting with eagles, from the Great War to the Irish rising, from Moses to Monsanto, Paul Muldoon’s sidelong glances and tangential language is as surprising as we would want it to be, at once familiar and never ceasing to amaze.
He has published thirteen major collections of poetry, from New Weather to Quoof, Moy Sand and Gravel to One Thousand Things Worth Knowing and most recently, Frolic and Detour.
He has won many prizes, including a Pulitzer, the T S Eliot, and the Griffin International Prize for Excellence in Poetry.
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