Category Archives: Poetry

Claire Thom – Three Poems

Claire Thom is a Scottish writer based in the south of Spain. She is the founder and editor of The Wee Sparrow Poetry Press. Some of her poems have been published by Blood Moon Poetry, Sunday Mornings At The River, … Continue reading

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Patrick Devaney – Three Poems

Patrick Devaney’s poems have appeared in Revival, The Galway Review, Boyne Berries, The Stony Thursday Book, Crannóg, and other magazines. He has published eight novels, including Through the Gate of Ivory, Romancing Charlotte, written under the pen name Colin Scott, … Continue reading

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Jane Frank – Two Poems

Jane Frank is a poet from Brisbane. Her latest chapbook is Wide River (Calanthe Press, 2020). Her poems have won awards and been widely published both in Australia and elsewhere, appearing most recently in Westerly, Poetry Ireland Review, StylusLit, Shearsman, … Continue reading

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Renaat Verbruggen – Five Poems

Renaat Verbruggen lectures in ethics and computer science and writes poetry from his father’s Flemish background and his own natural arena of Wicklow and Dublin. He has had two translations published in Cyphers and has read at Strokestown for the … Continue reading

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Elaina Whitesell – The Bracelet with Hanging Fish Beads

Elaina Whitesell is an MFA candidate at Maharishi International University. She produces and sings in a band called Magenta Moon. Sometimes she goes by @smoogiewonderful. You can find Elaina’s work in New Limestone Review, The RavensPerch, and Alien Buddha. The Bracelet with … Continue reading

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Jena Woodhouse – Three Poems

Jena Woodhouse is a Queensland-based poet and fiction writer/ translator/ compiler/ of eleven book and chapbook publications across several genres, including six poetry titles. She spent more than a decade living and working in Greece, lured by her amateur interest … Continue reading

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Catherine Sweeney – Monastery Lane

Catherine Sweeney moved to St Leonards on Sea seven years ago after a varied career, which included working as a research chemist, a jeweller and an investment consultant. The town’s creative energy led her to begin to explore writing poetry as … Continue reading

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Murmur – Susan Isla Tepper and Glenn Bowie

Susan Isla Tepper is the author of 11 published books of fiction and poetry and 2 stage plays. Her new satirical Novel titled ‘Office’ is forthcoming from Wilderness House Press in September. Later this year another Novel titled ‘Hair of a … Continue reading

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R. W. Haynes – Five Poems

R. W. Haynes, Professor of English at Texas A&M International University, teaches early British literature and Shakespeare. His poetry collections Laredo Light (Cyberwit) and Let the Whales Escape (Finishing Line Press) appeared in 2019. Another collection titled Heidegger Looks at … Continue reading

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Kate Maxwell – Suburban Nativity

Kate Maxwell is a teacher and writer from Sydney. She’s been published and awarded in many Australian and International literary magazines. Her first poetry anthology, Never Good at Maths (IP Press) was published in 2021, and her second anthology (Ginninderra … Continue reading

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Satya Bosman – Two Poems

Satya Bosman is a poet and Editor of the Black Cat Poetry Press and some of her poems were included in their debut nature anthology A Bin Night in November. Her poetry has been featured in Dreich 6 Season 5 … Continue reading

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 11 (Printed Edition), April 2023

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 11 (Printed Edition), April 2023 Submission guidelines: Submissions, poetry, short fiction, plays, and non-fiction or extracts, reviews, and criticism (up to 2500 words) are now being sought for the next issue of The Galway Review … Continue reading

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