Landmarks: Poetry

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by Nathanael O'Reilly

A poetry collection that explores travel, migration, and fatherhood in contemporary America. O'Reilly offers a unique perspective on the world today as an Australian immigrant living in Texas, an English professor, and a world traveler. These moving poems are accessible, finely crafted works of art.

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About the Author

Nathanael O'ReillyIrish-Australian poet Nathanael O'Reilly is assistant professor of creative writing at the University of Texas at Arlington. His books include Landmarks (Lamar University Literary Press, 2024); Selected Poems of Ned Kelly (Downingfield Press, 2024); Boulevard (Downingfield Press, 2024); Dear Nostalgia (above/ground press, 2023); (Un)belonging (Recent Work Press, 2020); Blue (above/ground press, 2020); Preparations for Departure (UWAP, 2017); Distance (Ginninderra Press, 2015); Suburban Exile (Picaro Press, 2011); and Symptoms of Homesickness (Picaro Press, 2010). More than 350 of his poems have appeared in 130 journals & anthologies published in 15 countries, including Anthropocene, Cordite Poetry Review, fourW, Howl: New Irish Writing, In Parentheses: New Modernisms, New World Writing Quarterly, Mascara Literary Review, Meanjin, Southword and Westerly. He is the poetry editor for Antipodes: A Global Journal of Australian/New Zealand Literature.