Greg Delanty

Greg Delanty is an Irish poet who teaches at Saint Michael's College in Vermont. His latest book of poems is The Greek Anthology, Book XVII, which will be released in the U.S. in 2015 as Book Seventeen

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    We are a family perishing. in our own home. It is below zero. outside and we set fire. to the house, which is in the middle of no- where, to warm…

  • Seamus Heaney's Extraordinary Generosity

    From their first meeting to their final letters, a poet friend remember’s the Irish poet's kindness.

  • Smoke

    Plumes from two chimneys opposite the café           mingle, become each other. I know. what the smoke says. I know that life is nothing.  …

  • Parents

    What do any of us know about our parents,                separate or together? My mother kept the house. in order, prepared food,…

  • Loosestrife

    Hear the author read this poem (in RealAudio) You have become your name, loosestrife,         carried on sheep, spurting up out of…

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