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Anne-Marie Fyfe

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Catalog Number: 20170120, 20160805

Irish poet and former Chair of the Poetry Society in England, Anne-Marie Fyfe explores parallels in her poetry with the life and work of the renowned William Butler Yeats as part of the "Mapping Yeats Symposium" at the 2015 Kansas City Irish Festival. The creator of the Coffee-House Poetry series at the Troubadour in London, Fyfe reads from her fourth and fifth books, Understudies: New and Selected Poems and the 2015 House of Small Absences.

| Subject Matter: Ireland, Amelia Earhart, W.B. Yeates | Interview Year: 2015 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Academi Cardiff International Poetry Award |

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