I know I’m tooting my own horn here, but I just recently realized that John Goodby’s chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Poetry gets into my time in Ireland and editing of The Burning Bush journal, for example: “. . .Begnal, shaped by Beat, African-American, and New York School poetry, had arrived in Ireland in the late 1990s and was shocked by the staidness of its poetic culture. . .” (626). I’ve always admired Goodby’s study Irish Poetry since 1950: From Stillness into History (2000), so it’s an honor to be part of this more recent work.
The Oxford book
is rather expensive, but probably worth it.
The relevant page is also on Google