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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Mosaics from the Map
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    • Connemara,
      c
      Ireland,
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      Western Europe, Europe,
      :
      Doire Press ,
      2018 .
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      Extent: 80p.
      Note/s:
      • Published 10 May 2018

      ISBN: 9781907682629

Works about this Work

Geoff Page Reviews Mosaics from the Map by Robyn Rowland Geoff Page , 2019 single work
— Appears in: Mascara Literary Review , March no. 23 2019;

— Review of Mosaics from the Map Robyn Rowland , 2018 selected work poetry

'In 2015, Robyn Rowland published two books which seemed to be career-defining moments for her. They were the bilingual This Intimate War: Gallipoli/Chanakkale 1915 (originally with Five Island Press in Melbourne and now republished by Spinifex) and Line of Drift (with Doire Press in Galway). Between them they illustrated Rowland’s long and developing involvement with Ireland and Turkey as well as with her native Australia. Her new book, Mosaics from the Map, again from Doire Press in Galway, continues these themes and operates at the same high level of achievement.'  (Introduction)

Geoff Page Reviews Mosaics from the Map by Robyn Rowland Geoff Page , 2019 single work
— Appears in: Mascara Literary Review , March no. 23 2019;

— Review of Mosaics from the Map Robyn Rowland , 2018 selected work poetry

'In 2015, Robyn Rowland published two books which seemed to be career-defining moments for her. They were the bilingual This Intimate War: Gallipoli/Chanakkale 1915 (originally with Five Island Press in Melbourne and now republished by Spinifex) and Line of Drift (with Doire Press in Galway). Between them they illustrated Rowland’s long and developing involvement with Ireland and Turkey as well as with her native Australia. Her new book, Mosaics from the Map, again from Doire Press in Galway, continues these themes and operates at the same high level of achievement.'  (Introduction)

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