21st CENTURY RENAISSANCE is an Irish based publisher with a focus on high quality print publications. All books listed are limited first editions, thread sewn, litho prints.
The Visual Time Traveller was selected by international jury for the Global Irish Design Challenge Exhibition 2016
21st Century Renaissance is delighted to be publishing the debut collection of an American poet living in Ireland, Arnie Yasinski. The launch of Proposition is in Poetry Ireland on 23 Jan 2020. This collection finds him playing pool as a teenager with a wounded veteran in the VA town where he lived, then married at 19, divorced, and living through the inescapable mid-life crisis.
A compendium of Alison Hackett's letters to newspaper editors published between 2010 and 2017. More than 120 letters divided into chapters: Irish Politics, Brexit & Britain, Women, America, Europe, Law & Democracy, Education, Science Sex & Morality.
A memoir of love and loss. The voice of a twelve-year-old emerges through the lens of a fifty-two-year-old in the opening poems. Family and home, people and place anchors this debut collection by the author of The Visual Time Traveller.
The Visual Time Traveller 500 Years of History Art and Science in 100 Unique Designs
An award winning lavishly produced coffee table book chronicling and illustrating 500 years of history. Copies of The Visual Time Traveller can be ordered and collected (in Dublin) free of delivery/postage charge. ORDER HERE.
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New poem published in Poetry Ireland Review
Newsletter September 2019
Latest letters published
Crabbing reviewed in the Sunday Independent
Irish Examiner feature about letter writers
Interview on Dublin City FM103.2
Recent cartoon blogs Brexit Bulldog
The Visual Time Traveller
This is a labour of love, insanity, beauty and, perhaps, an attempt to reintegrate history, art and science together again. Simon Cocking Irish Tech News
Not only is she forced to share a small city with da Vinci, he has even turned up in the same postal district. Frank McNally The Irish Times
Her range of language is both staccato and soft, in succinct verse, which encourages you to read this aloud, truly the best way to engage in the emotional depth of a poem.
Deirdre Conroy Sunday Independent
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