Graham Allen

Genres: Cork | Irish Writing | Poetry

Graham Allen is a Professor in English in UCC. He is the author of numerous books including Harold Bloom: A Poetics of Conflict (Harvester 1994), Intertextuality (Routledge 2000. 3rd Ed. 2022), and Representing the New AI Film and Television (Bloomsbury, 2024). He has published extensively on literary and cultural theory and on Romantic literature; his work has been translated into Japanese, Korean, French, Portuguese, and Persian. His poetry collections include The One That Got Away (New Binary Press 2), The Madhouse System (New Binary Press 2016) and Without Covenant (Salmon 2024). He was the winner of the Listowel Single Poem Prize in 2010 and has been short-listed for numerous other awards including the Crashaw Prize, the Strong/Shine Prize, and the Listowel First Collection Prize. Graham’s epoem Holes was begun on 23 December 2006. It is now in its 18th  year with one ten syllabled line per day being updated each week by New Binary Press. Graham’s new collection of poetry, Without Covenant, will be published by Salmon Poetry in 2024.

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