James J. McAuley
1936- [James John McAuley]; b. Dublin; worked in ESB, and then as reviewer and journalist; grad. Arkansas Univ., as mature student; taught poetry and Irish studies; appt. Prof. of English at Eastern
Washington University; issued several poetry collections incl. Observations (1960),A New Address (1965), Draft Balance Sheet: Poems 1963-1969 (1970), After the Blizzard (1975), Recital: Poems 1975-1980 (1982), Coming and Going: New and Selected Poems (Arkansas UP 1989), and New and Selected Poems (2005); retired and lives in Dublin. DIW OCIL DIL
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Observations: A Collection of Fourteen Poems (Blackrock: Mount Salus 1960); A New Address (Dublin: Dolmen 1965); Draft Balance Sheet: Poems 1963-1969 (Dublin: Dolmen 1970); After the Blizzard (Columbia: University of Missouri 1975); Recital: Poems 1975-1980 (Dublin: Dolmen 1982); The Exile's Book of Hours (Lewiston, Idaho: Confluence ); Coming and Going: New and Selected Poems (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas 1989), and New and Selected Poems (Dublin: Dedalus Press 2005), 210pp.
Reviews include Peter MacDonald, ed., Collected Poems of Louis MacNeice (Faber 2006), in The Irish Times (16 Dec. 2006), Weekend [infra].