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Leland Bardwell

Leland Bardwell was born in India, grew up in Leixlip, Co Kildare and was educated in Dublin and London. As a fiction writer she has published five novels, the most recent being Mother to a Stranger (2002), as well as a volume of short stories, Different Kinds of Love (1986); as a playwright she has had work produced by RTÉ and the BBC, and her stage credits include No Regrets: The Life of Edith Piaf (1984) and Jocasta (2001). Since her first collection of poems The Mad Cyclist appeared in 1970, she has published three further collections, The Fly and the Bedbug (1984), Dostoevsky's Grave (1993) and The White Beach (1998). A co-editor of the long-running literary magazine Cyphers, Leland Bardwell is a member of Aosdána and lives in Co. Sligo. In 2006 the Dedalus Press published her latest collection of poems, The Noise of Masonry Settling.
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