Healy, Randolph

Randolph Healy
Randolph Healy. Image source orgs.muohio.edu/meshworks/

Randolph Healy was born in Scotland in 1956, his family moving to Dublin eighteen months later.

He has published 25 Poems (Dublin, The Beau Press, 1983); a pamphlet, Envelopes (UK, Cambridge Poetical Histories, 1996); and most recently a series of chapbooks, Rana Rana!(Bray, Wild Honey Press, 1997); Arbor Vitae ( Wild Honey Press, 1997); Flame (Wild Honey Press, 1997); Scales (Wild Honey Press, 1998); and Green 532: Selected Poems 1983–2000 (Cambridge UK, Salt, 2002).

Also a mathematician, which informs his work, he lives in Wicklow, where he edits Wild Honey Press.



Wild Honey Press

Randolph Healy at The National Library of Ireland


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  1. Dear Friends at Irish Writers….,

    I would like to provide the correct attribution to a poem by Randolph Healy I have recently quoted in a speech here in America. The poem is titled, “A Mother’s Tears,” but I can not find from what book or magazine source it comes.
    In advance, thank you very much for your time.

    Sincerely, Marc Harshman / marcharshman@hotmail.com

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