Breaking barriers New Isles Press Issue 2 will be available from 28th Dec 2023. Featured poets are Ifor ph Glyn and Mark Ward including Belfast photographer Sean Allan. With over thirty five contributing authors and artists from across the Island of Ireland and the United Kingdom... celebrating our rich language heritage.
This series of 684 haiku poems (342 in English and 342 in Gaelic) has been composed in remembrance of the 342 members of the Orange Order who were murdered during the last terrorist campaign and in solidarity with the bereaved, the injured and the traumatised.
400 years of Ulster-Scots language heritage/leid heirskip By Al Millar
The Thomas Carnduff Appreciation Society Summer Yard Session. East Belfast Arts Festival July 29th 2023
Hawks on Pages, crossing boundaries and dismantling barriers. Meet the poets and storytellers in our first issue of New Isles Press.
Step out and journey with us on the 1st November? We are now open for submissions for our first issue of New Isles Press. The editors are very thankful to all the authors who have committed to take that first journey with us as featured poets and artists in the first edition of New Isles Press literary journal.
Yellow house publishing holds no safe space. In the tradition of the great Irish bards like Micheal Hogan who cut the legs from the great and good of Limerick with his spoken word, or the blind bard Zozimus from Dublin’s liberties whose auditorium was the wet street.