Craig Jordan-Baker, who teaches creative writing and literature, has just published a new book featuring prose and poetry, charting the history, landscape and divisions of the Bann, Northern Ireland’s longest river
If The River is Hidden charts the journey of two writers from the source to the mouth of the Bann, Northern Ireland’s longest river.
Through a dialogue of prose and poetry the history, landscape and divisions that have come to define the North are explored and challenged.
The Belfast Telegraph and the Irish Times will be running an upcoming feature on the book. It has also been selected as book of the month for the Republic of Consciousness Prize.