Category Archives: Poetry

Margaret Kiernan writes poetry and short stories. She is published in both. She is part of the Thursday poetry workshop at Galway Arts Centre, 47 Dominick Street, facilitated by Mr Kevin Higgins, Poet. She has a background in Public Policy … 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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Robert Pegel is a husband and father . He turned to poetry to make sense of the unimaginable. He writes about the mysteries of life and death and spiritual matters. Robert went to Columbia in New York City where he … Continue reading

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Susan Tepper – Years After

Susan Tepper is a twenty-year writer and the author of nine published books of fiction and poetry. Her most recent are CONFESS (poetry from Cervena Barva Press, 2020) and a zany road novel WHAT DRIVES MEN (Wilderness House Press, 2019). Right … Continue reading

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Berni Dwan broadcasts about literature and history on Near FM 90.3. Her poems have appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, Cránnog, Irish Times New Irish Writing, The Blue Nib, The Galway Review and Southword among others. Her Smock Alley Theatre shows … Continue reading

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Lesley Smith is retired and living alone in Dublin. She worked in the Health Services all her life, loves to travel, and spends time with friends and family. She has written poetry all her life. She loves to bring her … Continue reading

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Denise O’Hagan was born in Rome and lives in Sydney. She has a background in commercial book publishing in Routledge, Collins and Heinemann (London) and Horwitz and Cambridge University Press (Sydney). In 2015 she set up her own imprint, Black … Continue reading

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As an Spidéal, Co. na Gaillimhe Seán Ó Coistealbha. Chaith sé chúig bhliana thar lear sa tSealainn Nua, san Astráil agus Meiriceá i dtús na noctóidí. Tá sé ina Phríomhfheidhmeannach ar Muintearas. Tá dhá leabhar filíocht, Dídean agus Stadhan, foilsithe … Continue reading

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Robert Sullivan lives in Otago, New Zealand. He belongs to the Maori tribes Ngāpuhi, and Kāi Tahu. His seven collections of poetry include Captain Cook in the Underworld, Shout Ha! to the Sky and the best-selling Star Waka. He co-edited three major anthologies of Pacific … Continue reading

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Jenny Hickey is a retired speech and language therapist living in Ballydehob, West Cork. Her poetry is inspired by love, life, and locality. In better times, she read it at ScoraImageocht and Co. – a monthly gathering of local writers, … Continue reading

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Niall Bradley is a software engineer from Cork, Ireland. He writes poetry and prose with a particular interest in fantasy, science-fiction, and scientific themes. Backdrop My mother would always tell me that I shouldn’t confuse lightening with light while black … Continue reading

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Caroline Stevens-Taylor is in her mid-50’s, lives in Wexford and has 5 grown up children and 4 grandchildren. She is currently working on a book of poems, to be published locally. Caroline has had some of her poetry and prose … Continue reading

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