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Kevin O’Keeffe – Four Poems

  Kevin O’Keeffe writes poetry to relax and recalibrate. His work has been featured in the Page & Spine, the Delmarva Review, The Society of Classical Poets, and the upcoming Anthology of best British and Irish poets from eye-wear publishing. Meditation Quiet … Continue reading

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Christina Hession is from Dunmore, Co. Galway and holds an MA in Creative Writing from UCC. She has been shortlisted for Listowel Writers’ Week and the Saolta Arts Poems for Patience competitions. Christina has been published in The Irish Times, The Irish Independent, Ropes … Continue reading

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Rose Malone is a member of the Naas Creative Writers’ Group and was part of the editorial team which produced an anthology of the group’s writing – Cuisle Chill Dara: The Heartbeat of Kildare – in 2019. She has published … Continue reading

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Ola Mustapha is from London, where she works as an editor of research reports. She lived in Japan for several years, working as an English language teacher and editor. She has written two novels and has had short stories accepted … Continue reading

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Janet Heeran lives in rural North Cork, Ireland, with her husband,children, and assorted animals. She studied Environmental Policy inCambridge lived in France for a while and currently works as aSpecial Educational Needs Teacher. Some of her writing featured on RTERadio … Continue reading

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James Mulhern – To Be

James Mulhern’s writing has appeared in literary journals over one hundred and thirty times. In 2015, Mr. Mulhern was awarded a writing fellowship to Oxford University. That same year, a story was longlisted for the Fish Short Story Prize. In … Continue reading

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Gordon Ferris is a Ballyshannon poet and writer, originally from Dublin but has lived in Donegal for thirty-eight years. He has had poetry and short stories published in A New Ulster, the Galway Review, Impspired Magazine, and Hidden Channel ezine. … Continue reading

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Joyce Butler has been shortlisted twice for the Atlantis Short Story Contest in 2015 & 2017 respectively. One of these stories was published in their inaugural short story anthology 2018/2019. In 2018, she received mentoring on my novel, The Spitfire … Continue reading

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Niamh McNally is an Irish poet from Belfast. She completed her Master’s in creative writing at Ulster University whilst co-creating and editing, The Paperclip; a student-led publication. Niamh has been published in The Tulsa Review, Capsule Stories, Tir na nOg … Continue reading

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Though from Scotland originally, Steve Lang has travelled widely, especially in Africa, and currently lives in El Salvador with his family.Steve’s poem, “Raphael” has been nominated by Ariel Chart for the 2021 Pushcart Prize. ‘Plum Tree Tavern’, ‘Grand Little Things’, … Continue reading

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Alec Solomita’s fiction has appeared in the Southwest Review, The Mississippi Review, Southword Journal, and The Drum (audio), among other publications. He was shortlisted by the Bridport Prize and Southword Journal. His poetry has appeared in The Ekphrastic Review, Gnashing … Continue reading

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Michael J. Leach (@m_jleach) is a poet and academic. Michael’s poems reside in Cordite Poetry Review, Rabbit, Meniscus, Plumwood Mountain, the Medical Journal of Australia, the Antarctic Poetry Exhibition, Consilience, Pangyrus, and elsewhere. His poetry has also been anthologised in One Surviving Poem: Forty-Two Poets Select the Poem they Most … Continue reading

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