Morning Glory
Four Poems by Peter Fallon

Morning Glory is Peter Fallon's first publication since his acclaimed translation, The Georgics of Virgil (Gallery 2004, Oxford World's Classics, 2006). These new poems in Morning Glory record the 'quiet blessings' of company and solitude. Rich in careful attention and observant detail, they continue the celebration of moments and places
that distinguishes this Irish poet's work.

Peter Fallon is well versed in country life as he divides his time between running The Gallery Press, the leading publisher of Irish writing today, and a sheep farm in County Meath.

65 copies; designed, typeset, letterpress printed, ornamented with a
stencil and hand sewn into wrappers by Carol. The text paper is
handmade Tovil, the endleaves are handmade from daylilies by Velma
Bolyard of Canton, New York, and the cover paper is handmade in
Nepal. 5 and 1/2 by 8 inches high; 13 pages; signed by Fallon and Carol.



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