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In 2014 Philip Casey founded his label eMaker Editions to publish his own work, beginning with Tried and Sentenced: Selected Poems. He will publish his fiction
backlist in 2014, followed by a children's novel.

His previous novels are The Fabulists, originated by The Lilliput Press, and The Water Star and The Fisher Child, both originated by Picador. All three novels will be republished by eMaker Editions in 2014.

He has published five collections of poetry, including Dialogue in Fading Light.

He is the founder and editor of Irish Writers Online and Irish Culture. His personal online presence is at Philip Casey, on Twitter and on Facebook
A member of Aosdána, he lives in Dublin.

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The Water Star. Volume Two The Bann River Trilogy The new, revised edition of The Water Star, first published by Picador in 1998, is now available in Kindle format from eMaker Editions. A print...

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