Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill.
Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill first came to the attention of the poetry reading public when as a student in UCC she first published in ‘Innti’. Since then she has been writing poetry in Irish with a rare steadfastness of vision and commitment. She has written an intensely moving and vibrantly perceptive body of modern lyrics in Irish which are widely translated. She is generally recognised as one of the most compelling voices in modern Irish writing. She succeeded John Montague as the Ireland Professor of Poetry and has received many awards for her work; The American–Irish Literary Award, The Seán Ó Ríordáin Award (4 times) and the Gulbenkian Foundation Bursary and this year she was awarded the The Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award.
Beidh Nuala ag léamh ag an oscailt ar an gCéadaoin agus ar an Aoine.