Frank Ormsby

Frank Ormsby

Frank Ormsby standing with his arms crossed

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Frank Ormsby was born in Co. Fermanagh in 1947 and educated at St. Michaels College, Enniskillen and at Queens University where he took an M.A. in English. In 1970 he took over the editorship of The Honest Ulsterman from James Simmons. His first collection of poems, A Store of Candles, was published in 1977, five years after the Group had ceased to meet.

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  • Tom Paulin VIAF - correspondedWith
  • Seamus Heaney VIAF Wikipedia - correspondedWith
  • Peter Fallon VIAF - correspondedWith
  • Michael Longley VIAF Wikipedia - correspondedWith
  • James Simmons VIAF Wikipedia - colleague, correspondedWith
  • Paul Muldoon VIAF Wikipedia - mentions, correspondedWith
  • Ciaran Carson VIAF Wikipedia - correspondedWith
  • Marcus, David VIAF - correspondedWith
  • McGuckian, Medbh, 1950- VIAF - correspondedWith
  • Hewitt, John VIAF - correspondedWith
  • Michael Foley VIAF - colleague
  • Robert Johnstone VIAF - colleague
  • Edna Longley VIAF Wikipedia - correspondedWith
  • Michael Allen VIAF - knows


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  • Queen's University of Belfast Wikipedia - alumniOf
  • Secker & Warburg VIAF - mentions, correspondedWith
  • Gallery Press VIAF - correspondedWith, association
  • Radio Telefis Eireann VIAF - correspondedWith
  • Blackstaff Press VIAF - correspondedWith
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  • Ulster Museum VIAF - correspondedWith
  • University of St Thomas at St Paul, Minnesota VIAF - association