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Allen Lee Ireland

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Allen Lee Ireland
Born (1969-10-10) October 10, 1969 (age 51)
Quakertown, Pennsylvania, US

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Allen Lee Ireland (born October 10, 1969) is an American poet.


Early life[edit]

Ireland was born in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Bryson City, North Carolina. He graduated with a B.A. in English and an M.Ed. from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is of English, Irish, and German descent.


Ireland has written one book of poems, Loners and Mothers, published by Cherry Grove Collections, an imprint of WordTech Communications. The collection was blurbed by Bollingen Prize-winning poet Fred Chappell, who wrote: "In Loners and Mothers the lines are profoundly, almost harshly, felt and durably made."[1] The book was reviewed favorably by IndieReader and Kirkus Reviews.[2]

Ireland has lived in Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, South Dakota, and Alaska, and currently resides in Montana. He has said in interviews that he only decided to become an author at the late age of 46, and that Charlotte Bronte is the author he most admires.[3]

Ireland is the son of author Wilmot Robertson, publisher of the magazine Instauration, which ran from 1975 - 2000.


  • Loners and Mothers (2017): ISBN 978-1625492340 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.


  1. "Cherry Grove Collections: The Art of Lyric". www.cherry-grove.com.
  2. "LONERS AND MOTHERS by Allen Lee Ireland | Kirkus Reviews" – via www.kirkusreviews.com.
  3. "IndieReader". www.indiereader.com.

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