A Quiver Full of Arrows

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The American Catholic church has undergone great changes since the 1960s, due largely to the innovations introduced by the Second Vatican Council. Her poems have appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, The Irish Times, Books Ireland, The Cuirt Journal, Ropes, Skylight 47 and in various anthologies and newspapers. Christiane Monarchi, Editor of Photomonitor, has been appointed as guest curator for the 2017 edition with a group exhibition of lens-based works entitled ‘Gravitas’.

Pages: 189

Publisher: Simon & Schuster (November 1982)

ISBN: 0671426028

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