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Previously published by Lilliput Press and New Island Books in Dublin, and by Picador in London, in 2014 Philip Casey founded eMaker Editions to publish his own work, beginning with Tried and Sentenced: Selected Poems. Second editions of his Bann River Trilogy, The Fabulists, The Water Star and The Fisher Child are now published by eMaker Editions.

A children's novel, The Coupla will be published by eMaker Editions in 2015, with a work on history to follow in 2016.


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 Fisher Child

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“It is our belief and our practice that in order to rebel and struggle, we need neither leaders, nor caudillos, nor messiahs, nor saviors. To struggle, we only need a little bit of disgrace, a good amount of dignity and a lot of organization. The rest is either useful for the collective or it isn’t,” reads the last communiqué.”
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