Introduction

Iggy McGovern is a poet and a Fellow Emeritus in the School of Physics at Trinity College Dublin; he has published three collections of poetry with Dedalus Press, The King of Suburbia (2005), Safe House (2010) and The Eyes of Isaac Newton (2017).  A Mystic Dream of 4, a poetic biography of William Rowan Hamilton, 19th century Irish Mathematician & Poet, is published by Quaternia Press (2013). His awards include the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary, the Glen Dimplex New Writers Award for Poetry and the Hennessy Literary Award. He edited the anthology 20/12: Twenty Irish Poets Respond to Science in Twelve Lines, published in 2012 by Dedalus Press in association with Quaternia Press.

Recent News & Events

StAnza Poetry Festival, St Andrews 08.03.18 https://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/culture/books/poetry-review-stanza-festival-various-venues-st-andrews-1-4704670

Nessa O’Mahoney talks to author of The Eyes of Isaac Newton in The Attic Sessions #21 http://theatticsessions.tv/the-attic-sessions-21-in-conversation-with-iggy-mcgovern/

Caitriona O’Reilly reviews The Eyes of Isaac Newton in The Irish Times https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/poetry-competing-in-the-ghastly-attention-economy-1.3349642

Kay Sheehy talks to author of The Eyes of Isaac Newton on RTE Arena 11th January  https://player.fm/series/rt-arena-podcast/the-eyes-of-isaac-newton-by-iggy-mcgovern

Connecting Seamus Heaney’s iconic poem ‘Lightenings viii’ with the optical effect known as the ocean mirage. https://www.seamusheaney.com/news-and-events/2018/1/4/out-of-the-marvellous.

Tools To Open Our Eyes, Feile na Bealtaine 2018, Dingle Co Kerry. https://soundcloud.com/user-78861479/tools-to-open-our-eyes-recording

 

 

3 ways to get your copy of A Mystic Dream of 4:

(1) Send euro cheque/sterling cheque/dollar check to

Iggy McGovern, 40 Gledswood Ave, Clonskeagh, Dublin D14 RC90 Ireland

Prices (inclusive of postage world wide)

Paperback – Sold out

Hardback €23/£20/$30 each or 3 copies for €60/£52/$78

For further information email Quaterniapress@gmail.com

(2) Credit card payment via www.dedaluspress.com (per item prices and postage extra)

(3) Selected city centre outlets:

Dublin: Books Upstairs (D’Olier St)

Belfast: No Alibis Bookshop (Botanic Ave)

 

Copies of The King of Suburbia (Dedalus 2005), Safe House (Dedalus 2010) and The Eyes of Isaac Newton (Dedalus 2017) available at www.dedaluspress.com