Christopher Marlowe led perhaps the most widely unconfirmed life of any major writer. The numerous ascriptions that have met him over time – petty thief, secret agent, homosexual, general sybarite – are the cream of the crop among the tame many that are given to practically all t
Enda Walsh is an Irish-born playwright, a fact immensely bothersome to those seeking to place him alongside his birth nation's similarly defined theatrical forbears. Great acrobatic skill goes into locating the Synge in his characters' souls, the Keats in their speech. For Walsh is sim
My poetry is about reality; frustration, beer, sex, drugs, life living on the streets and my protest against traditionalist poets who repeat old ideas and have the nerve to proclaim experimentation isn't poetry. Please get in touch.