Alan Jude Moore is the author of four collections of poetry: Black State Cars (Salmon Poetry, 2004), Lost Republics (2008), Strasbourg (2010) and Zinger
(2013). Widely published in Ireland and abroad, he has
read at venues around the world including recent events at Electric
Picnic, the Dublin Book Festival (Ireland), The Troubadour Club
(London), Riflessidiversi (Umbria, Italy), The Nabokov Museum
(St. Petersburg), The Henry Miller Memorial Library (California) and the
Istanbul International Poetry Festival (Turkey). His fiction has been
short-listed for the Hennessy Literary Award for New Irish Writing and
translations of his work have been published in Italian, Russian and
Turkish. He lives in Dublin.
His fourth collection, Zinger, was published by Salmon Poetry in November 2013.
Rachel Coventry considers poetic truth in a Heideggerian context.