Kath McKay

Kath McKay

Kath McKay’s poetry plays out the daily tragi-comic dramas of life in a large city. Nothing escapes her: landscapes of canals and parks, headlice and bullying, intermingled with stories of love and death. And the sense of Ireland at the back of it all.

Anyone Left Standing was the overall winner of the 1997 Book & Pamphlet Competition.


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