Paul Durcan's Diary
Part autobiography, part opinion and reflection, defence and accusation, Paul Durcan’s Diary is collected here for the very first time
This "diary" collects nearly three years' worth of his part autobiography, part opinion and reflection, defense, and accusation, from his weekly Irish radio broadcasts. Walking alone in the streets of the world, he has taken the listener on an exhilarating journey.
From Enniscorthy to New York, from Irishtown to Iraq, the "news of the day that's in it", is distilled through the poet's eye, at times deeply personal, at times reflective, at times abundant and sensual.
|Publication date||15 Aug 2004|