Video & Sound Files

  • Crash
  • Black Poem by Catherine Wagner
  • Solation from Onsets
  • Storms from Green 532
  • World War II from Green 532
  • Arbor Vitae, Part III from Green 532


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 RANDOLPH HEALY

SoundEye Festival – Cork, Ireland – 7.4.05

Randolph Healy

Randolph Healy was born in Irvine, Scotland and moved to Dublin as a child. After leaving school at 14, he worked as a salesman, Hoffmann presser, telex-typist, and security man before returning to Ballymun Community School and Trinity College, Dublin, where he studied mathematical sciences. He is the editor of Wild Honey Press. Working as a maths and science teacher, he lives on the borders of Dublin and Wicklow with his wife Louise and their five children. A volume of selected poems, Green 532, has been published by Salt.