Liam Ó Muirthile is a Cork-born writer now living in Dublin. His poetry is collected in Dialann Bothair (1992, gallery), Walking Time agus Dánta eile (2000, Cló iar Chonnachta), An Seileitleán agus véarsaí seilí eile (2004, Cois Life Teoranta,); and Sanas (2007, Cois Life). He also wrote the collection Tine Chnámh (1984, sáorséal Ó Marcaigh), which was awarded the irish-American Cultural Institute Prize and produced in the Project Theatre, Dublin, in 1993. He won the Duais chuimhneacháin Sheáin Uí Éogeartaigh for his novel Ar Bhruach na Laoi (1995, Comhar). He is a member of Aosdána.
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