“By Niall McArdle It's been 7 months since the sudden death of Seamus Heaney, and for those who care about poetry the tragic loss is still fresh,. By the way, April in the United States is National ...”
“Irish Independent Heaney makes a welcome return Irish Independent Seamus Heaney had a lot to do with it, as he turned up for the second day in a row, although again in an unexpected place – the unseen section rather than prescribed poetry.”
The Seamus Heaney Centre Digital Archive (SHCDA) records, collates and preserves recordings of public poetry performances. It was created to contribute to the Seamus Heaney Centre’s research facilities. The Centre is part of the School of English at Queen’s University Belfast. The SHCDA is an educational and research tool for the students and faculty of Queen’s University Belfast and approved researchers. It is administered by the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at Queen’s University Belfast and the Special Collections department of Queen’s University Belfast Library. The SHCDA website is designed by the IT team attached to Special Collections.
“ On Thursday, February 27 at 8pm, for one night only, the Strule Arts Centre is presenting a very special evening to celebrate Seamus Heaney and pay tribute to the renowned Nobel Prize winning Poet Laureate.”
“Read all about it: 'The Written Word' in the 'Irish Independent' Irish Independent And he final part of on Wednesday and will be a very special poetry edition, with a special examination of the extraordinary legacy of Seamus Heaney.”
“AUDIO: Seamus Heaney commemoration gets underway in Belfast Newstalk 106-108 fm The celebration of his work coincides with his 75th birthday and the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Seamus Heaney Centre for poetry at Queen's University.”
“Irish Examiner Leaving Cert English 2: Heaney goes astray Irish Times Examiners sent Seamus Heaney astray again this Leaving Cert, as the poet turned up on the Unseen Poetry section and not in Prescribed Poetry - as many students were expecting.”
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