Fishing’s future: ‘If farmers were told they had to sell off their farms to one or two investment companies, there would be an outcry’

Few contemporary Irish writers can give voice to a sense of place on the Atlantic seaboard in the way Mary O’Malley can, and no more so than in a recent poem inspired by a long walk during the early days of Covid-19.

t describes how she stopped on a bridge as Galway hookers hoisted sails in the sun, how she watched as the vessels “criss-crossed slowly, monarchs dancing”, and how she “walked on, lifted out of grief”.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/rural-life/fishings-future-if-farmers-were-told-they-had-to-sell-off-their-farms-to-one-or-two-investment-companies-there-would-be-an-outcry-41959064.html Fishing’s future: ‘If farmers were told they had to sell off their farms to one or two investment companies, there would be an outcry’

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