Gerald Dawe is an Irish poet who has published nine collections of poetry including Selected Poems (2012) and Mickey Finn's Air (2014) and four volumes of prose, most recently, Of War and War's Alarms (2015), In Another World: Van Morrison and Belfast (2017) and The Wrong Country: Essays on Modern Irish Writing (2018). His work has been translated into German, French and Japanese. He has given readings and lectures in many parts of the world. He was Professor of English and Fellow of Trinity College Dublin until his retirement in 2017. He lives in County Dublin.
Books by Gerald Dawe
Sheltering Places (1978) *The Lundys Letter (1985) *Sunday School (1991) * Heart of Hearts (1995) The Morning Train (1999) *Lake Geneva (2003) *The Night Fountain: selected early poems of Salvatore Quasimodo (with Marco Sonzogni 2008) *Points West (2008)* Selected Poems (2012)* Mickey Finn's Air (2014)*Early Poems (2015).
The Proper Word: Collected Criticism , edited by Nicholas Allen (2007) *Of War and War's Alarms: Reflections on Modern Irish Writing (2015)* In Another World: Van Morrison & Belfast (2017)* The Wrong Country: Essays on Modern Irish Writing (2018).
The Younger Irish Poets (1982)* The New Younger Irish Poets (1991)* Yeats: A New Selection (1992)* Earth Voices Whispering:Irish poetry of war 1914-1945 (2008)* The Cambridge Companion to Irish Poets (2018).
Across a Roaring Hill: The Protestant Imagination in Modern Ireland, with Edna Longley (1985)* The Poet's Place: Essays on Ulster Literature and Society with John Wilson Foster (1991)*Ruined Pages: Selected Poems of Padraic Fiacc, with Aodan Mac Poilin (1994,2012)* Krino: The Review 1986-1996 with Jonathan Williams (1996)* High Pop: Stewart Parker's Irish Times Column with Maria Johnston (2008)* Stewart Parker Dramatis Personae & other writings with Maria Johnston and Claire Wallace (2008)* Heroic Heart: A Charles Donnelly Reader with Kay Donnelly (2012)* Beautiful Strangers:Ireland and the World of the Fifties with Darryl Jones and Nora Pelizzari (2013).