Two recent Dedalus Press titles have received excellent reviews in the Irish Times in recent weeks.
Of Iggy McGovern's debut collection, The King of Suburbia, James J McAuley wrote: "So long as the poems are as snazzy, and sharply focused, and ingeniously rhymed as Iggy McGovern's one-pagers in The King of Suburbia, we can't complain... We could do with a whole lot more of this kind of well-turned verse and sharply-observed ironies."
Of Dolores Stewart's Presence of Mind, Fiona Sampson wrote: "Beautifully exact, these poems wear their undoubted intelligence lightly. This is a book of real substance, which deserves to be widely-read."
For more information on either of these books, please visit www.dedaluspress.com