Though we may never meet again, do not think that you have been forgotten. Remember me on your walks from time to time on Inisbofin or wherever you find yourself.
— from “Song” Liam Ó Muirthile (1950 – 18 May 2018), translated from the Irish by Greg Delanty in Selected Delanty. Read More
"But we go with the other book: the one of your life, told from your heart, straight to the point, "a calzón quitao" (without pants on) as our Puerto Rican brothers say ..."
'Pero vamos con el otro libro: el de tu vida, contada desde tu corazón, "a calzón quitao" como dicen nuestros hermanos boricuas...' Read More
".... The early printers had no cutting machines to
trim off these edges, in order to facilitate good
registration, but they did have such an endless
amount of care and patience, that, whenever we
pick up one of their books, we see the beautiful
This edition of Selected Delanty (Un-Gyve Press) is a 234 page cloth-covered sewn deckle edged hardbound book. ISBN: 978-0-9993632-0-1. Read More
In An Essay Concerning Human Understanding John Locke touches upon a truth of translations, Of Trifling Propoſitions. (Book IV.): Read More
We, a bunch of greencard Irish,
vamp it under the cathedral arches
of Brooklyn Bridge that’s strung like a harp.
‘We Will Not Play the Harp Backward Now, No’ Selected Delanty Read More