Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers Drama, Fiction, Poetry by Ann Owens Weekes

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  • Literary studies: general,
  • Irish Literature,
  • Women In English Literature,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • English,
  • Sociology,
  • Ireland,
  • General,
  • Bio-bibliography,
  • Dictionaries,
  • English literature,
  • Irish authors,
  • Women authors

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Number of Pages368
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Open LibraryOL8994695M
ISBN 101855940671
ISBN 109781855940673

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Unveiling treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writers: drama, fiction, poetry. [Ann Owens Weekes]. Ann Owens Weekes is a retired associate professor of humanities and English at the University of Arizona and author of Unveiling Treasures: Attic Guide to Cited by: Áine Ní Ghlinn (born ) is a bilingual Irish journalist, playwright and writer who writes for children, television and radio in is also one of the foremost exponents of Irish language poetry.

She is the current Laureate na nÓg ("Children's Laureate"), —, the first to write exclusive in :County Tipperary, Ireland. A Dictionary of British and American women writers, – Rowman & Allanheld, entries, 68 of which are American; Weekes, Ann Owens. Unveiling Treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writer: drama, fiction, poetry; Wilson, Katherina M., et al.

An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers. Ann Owens Weekes a died at her home in Sahuarita on June 3, surrounded by her sisters, brother, daughters, and grandchildren after a long battle with non-Hodgkin's type Lymphoma: a.

Ann authored a number of books, including "Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition" (), "Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers" ( Jessie Lendennie 's prose poem Daughter was first published infollowed in by The Salmon Guide to Poetry Publishing and in by The Salmon Guide to Creative Writing in poetry has been anthologised in Irish Poetry Now: Other Voices, Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide To The Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers and The White Page/An Bhileog Bhan: Twentieth.

Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers. Dublin: Attic Press, Special Collections / Poetry Reference: W43 U58 AAuthor: Laura Taddeo. Woman and Nation in Irish Literature and Society C L Innes Harvester, Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers Ann Owens Weekes Attic Press, Roots and Realities: A Profile of Irish Women in.

Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers. Dublin: Attic Press, (O'Neill Library: Reference PRW33x ) This is "a collection of bibliographical and biographical information on Irish women who have published a volume of poetry, fiction, or drama from the eighteenth century to the Author: Stephen Sturgeon.

Her poetry has been anthologised in Irish Poetry Now: Other Voices, Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide To The Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers and The White Page/An Bhileog Bhan: Twentieth-Century Irish Women Poets, among others.

She has conducted workshops and given readings all over Ireland and the United States for many years.5/5(1). Unveiling treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writers drama, fiction, poetry / by: Weekes, Ann Owens, Published: () American women writers on Vietnam: unheard voices: a selected annotated bibliography / by: Butler, Deborah A.

Published: (). Gerardine Meaney: (Un)like Subjects: Women, Theory, Fiction ANNE ULRY COLMAN Ann Owens Weekes: Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers DAMIAN SMYTH Dermot Bolger (ed.): The Picador Book of Contemporary Irish Fiction Dermot Bolger: Emily's Shoes Emma Donoghue: Stir-fry.

the nature of women's writing, and for extending the debate on gender and culture. LEON LITVACK Too Many Treasures Remain Veiled Ann Owens Weekes. Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers.

Dublin: Attic Press, ISBN 1 IR. (hbk). ISBN IR. (pbk). Ailbhe Smyth, ed. Wildish Things: An Anthology of New Irish Women's Writing. Dublin: Attic, pp. ISBN (d); (pb); £ (d); £ (pb). Ann Owens Weekes, ed. Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers.

Dublin: Attic, pp. ISBN. 'The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing,' edited by Deane Seamus; 'Wildish Things: An Anthology of New Irish Women's Writing,' edited by Alibhe Smyth; 'Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers,' edited by.

Her poetry has been anthologised in Irish Poetry Now: Other Voices, Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide To The Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers and The White Page/An Bhileog Bhan: Twentieth-Century Irish Women Poets, among others.

She has conducted workshops and given readings all over Ireland and the United States for many years. Buy Poetry: Reading it, Writing it, Publishing it by ##### (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Unveiling treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writers drama, fiction, poetry / by: Weekes, Ann Owens, Published: () Australian women writers: a bibliographic guide / by: Adelaide, Debra, Published: ().

Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers. Dublin: Attic Press, (O'Neill Library: Reference PRW33x ) This is "a collection of bibliographical and biographical information on Irish women who have published a volum of poetry, fiction, or drama from the eighteenth century to the Author: Stephen Sturgeon.

Her work, Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition, a discussion of writers from Maria Edgeworth to Julia O'Faolain, was the first work exclusively devoted to Irish women writers.

This was followed in by Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Work of Irish Women Writers, an introduction to the works and lives of over. Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers ().

Inthe Field Day Anthology corrected the oversights of its initial publication with a two-volume 3,page addition, Irish Women’s Writing and Traditions. But to date, no similar efforts have been undertaken on behalf of Irish American Cited by: 1.

CATRIONA MOLONEY and HELEN THOMPSON, Editors Irish Women Writers Speak Out: Voices from the Field. Foreword by Ann Owens Weekes. Syracuse University Press,$ ONE OF THE PRIVILEGES THAT SCHOLARS of recent literature enjoy is the availability of the personal interview.

New Reference Works in Women’s Studies, (Weisbard & Weinert, ) UNVEILING TREASURES: THE ATTIC GUIDE TO THE PUBLISHED WORKS OF IRISH WOMEN LITERARY WRITERS: DRAMA, FICTION, POETRY.

Dublin: Attic Press, p. *Williams, Ora. AMERICAN BLACK WOMEN IN THE ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES. 3rd ed. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow. Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers.

Dublin: Attic Press, 1 Comment on ‘Juanita Casey – Author, Artist, and Horse Breeder’. Unveiling treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writers drama, fiction, poetry / by Ann Owens Weekes.

Dublin: Attic Press, LOCATION: Special Collections Reference PRW46 We are always beginning again.’ 2 This problem of ‘occupying’ space and forming it to one’s own dimensions is one women of Ireland share with writers of other countries. But many Irish women authors speak of bogies particular to their culture.

Ireland is a tiny country with magnificent literary : Christine St. Peter. New Reference Works in Women’s Studies, (Weisbard, ) [This bibliography is number 70 of the series “Wisconsin Bibliographies in Women’s Studies” published by the University of Wisconsin System Women’s Studies Librarian’s Office, Memorial Library, State Street, Madison, WI ; ; email: the Women’s Studies Librarian.].

The Harp Re-Strung: The United Irishmen and the Rise of Irish Literary Nationcalism. Syracuse UP, Trotter, Elizabeth.

Literary Women and Their Portrayal of Social History in the Nineteeth Century. Devon: Merlin, Turner, Frank. The Greek Heritage in Victorian Britain. She is the author of Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition () and Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Work of Irish Women Writers ().

JOHN WILSON FOSTER was Visiting Professor, University of Toronto () and Leverhulme Visiting Professor to. Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers by Ann Owens Weekes Review by: Anne Ulry Colman DOI: / Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers.

Dublin: Attic Pr., p. £,$47 (ISBN ). Unveiling Treasures includes nearly Irish women writers of drama, fic­ tion, and poetry, ranging from Mary Davys () to such contempo­ rary writers as Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill.

“Grimshaw, Beatrice,” in “Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the/Published Works of Irish Women/Literary Writers/Drama, Fiction, Poetry,” by Ann Owens Weekes. Dublin, Ireland: Attic Press, ‘Southward Ho!’ Adventurous Career.

Miss Beatrice Grimshaw. Sydney Morning Herald, Feb. has been anthologised in Irish Poetry Now: Other Voices, Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide To The Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers and The White Page/An Bhileog Bhán: Twentieth-Century Irish Women Poets, among others.

She has conducted workshops and given readings all over Ireland and the United States for many years. Ann Owens Weekes: Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers DAMIAN SMYTH Dermot Bolger (ed.): The Picador Book of Contemporary Irish Fiction Dermot Bolger: Emily's Shoes Emma Donoghue: Stir-fry Patrick McCabe: The Butcher Boy Roddy Doyle: Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha Ronan Bennett: Overthrown by.

the author of Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition () and Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Work of Irish Women Writers (). JOHN WILSON FOSTERwas Visiting Professor, University of Toronto () and Leverhulme Visiting Professor to the UK (University of Ulster, –5).

His recent. Dogs Singing: A Tribute Anthology brings together poems which highlight and examine and celebrate the canine world. Contributors include Thomas Lynch, Alicia Ostriker, Maxine Kumin, Neil Astley, Andrea Cohen, Michael Heffernan, William Matthews, Richard Murphy, Kevin Simmonds, Sebastian Matthews, Stephen Dobyns, Theodo.

Poem commissioned by the Irish Volunteer Association, published on greeting cards produced by the Association in October Critical works and Literary biographies in which my work has been mentioned: Weekes, Ann Owens ed., Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Writers, Cork: Attic.

Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers. Dublin: Attic,2See, for example: Balinisteanu, Tudor. Narrative, Social Myth and Reality in Contemporary Scottish and Irish Women’s Writing: Kennedy, Lochhead, Bourke.

WEEKES, ANN OWENS, Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, ). _____, Unveiling Treasures. The Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers (Dublin: Attic Press, ). WEST, MARK I.The Cambridge Companion to the Irish Novel (Cambridge Companions to Literature) John Wilson Foster.

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