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Poetry book "Seeing the Wood and the Trees" edited by Rosemarie Rowley and John Haughton


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If you feel incomplete and if you do not have the book "Seeing the Woods and the Trees" edited y Rosemarie Rowley and John Haughton, then the connection between those two is probably the solution.
To support our activities you can buy our poetry book.(12 Euros)
You can can contact us with facebook or Email: jjhaughton@gmail.com
Have a lovely day !

ROSEMARIE ROWLEY has published The Broken Pledge (1985) The Sea of Affliction (1987) and Flight into Reality (a limited edition). Her most recent book of poetry Hot cinquefoil Star (Rowan Tree Press, 2002) includes five long poems, one of which won a first prize in the Scottish Open International Poetry Competition- She is a third time winner in the Epic section. (Her other winners were Dancing &Revolution and The Wake of Wonder). She has also written essays, pamphlets, and a play The Tree of Liberty. She has worked as a civil servant, a creative writing teacher, a graphologist, a genealogist, and as an environmental activist.


JOHN HAUGHTON is founder of Cairde na Coille, Forest Friends Ireland, who organized the tree planting project in Ballyfermot, from which the books The Forest of Children Dreaming were published. He has a background in civic planning and with Dara Larkin in Dublin Corporation won the Irish Planning Award sponsored by First National Building Society for Finglas. At present he is involved in tree-planting of native species. He broadcasts a weekly programme on the radio station 101.6. His history of Finglas Aerodrome A Silver Lining has just been published by the Finglas Environmental Heritage Project.



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