Books by Frank McGuinness

THE SEA WITH NO SHIPS by Frank McGuinness
Released: June 5, 2000

"Packed with history and supposition, these 36 inventive and diverse poems explore the temporal nature of beauty and love with both intelligence and cunning."
It is no surprise that Dubliner McGuinness is best known as a playwright of both original works (The Factory Girls and Dolly West's Kitchen) and adaptations (the Tony-winning A Doll's House), for his best poems are lyric monologues written in the voices of public or historical figures: "A Woman Untouched" is about a contemporary Helen of Troy, for example, while "Rosa O'Doherty" portrays the life of a 17th-century Irishwoman. Read full book review >