Neil Young
Neil Young hails from west Belfast (1964 batch) and now lives in north-east Scotland. He worked as a labourer, kitchen-porter and stage-hand before becoming a journalist, going on to report from New York post 9/11 to the Gaza Strip. His three pamphlets are Lagan Voices (Scryfa, 2011), The Parting Glass – 14 Sonnets (Tapsalteerie, 2016), and Jimmy Cagney’s Long-Lost Kid Half-Brother (Black Light Engine Room, 2017). Poems have appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, The Honest Ulsterman, The Interpeter’s House, and The Scotsman. He founded The Poets’ Republic magazine and small press and now shares the editorship on a co-operative basis.

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Neil Young. Shrapnel, October 2019. 46 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-74-9 (= PSPS 33)
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