Irish Poet

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Liane talks to Irish poet, Michael O'Siadhail (me-HAWL O'SHEEL). O'Siadhail's work, hailed on both sides of the Atlantic, explores the delicate structure and frenzied pace of modern life. He has published nine collections of poetry and he reads from his latest book, "A Fragile City". (STATIONS: "A Fragile City" is available from Dufour Editions, 1-800-869-5677 or 610-458-5005.)

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