Dublin by Stephen James Smith

I recently went to Dublin to meet up with my son and to participate in Bloomsday 2016. One of the Bloomsday events was a three hour reading of excerpts of Ulysses in Temple Bar Square by a variety of actors, diplomats, and other notables. One of the highlights of that gathering was the recital of a poem, Dublin, by its author, the remarkable Stephen James Smith. Have a listen. It’s not Joyce, but it’s just as good.


About Bruce Bryant-Scott

Baptised 1962. Anglican priest. Fly-paper brain. Husband & Father. Refugees welcome! I remember when Facebook was on paper.
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