Last night we celebrated the launch of much anticipated Dublin zine Three Fates, 1st Edition: Garden Witch. A suitably autumnal and atmospheric evening made complete by a gathering of loving friends, a smattering of poetry readings and a string of fairy lights. The zine itself is comprised of whimsical literature paired with ornate illustrations, and … Continue reading Three Fates. Issue One, Garden Witch
A diptych from my series '€535 a Month: Utlities Not Included' A project completed as part of my recent digital photography course in Block T, with tutor Kate Nolan. fig 1. fig 2.
Yesterday began with the news that my poem autonomy in 8 parts had been published in the September issue of 'A New Ulster'. With big thanks to editor Amos Greig for including me in the project, I feel very lucky to be featured alongside other great works and poets. In essence the poem examines a recurring … Continue reading autonomy in 8 parts
My short story 'Deadly Buzz' was recently included in a zine called 'Bee Safe Bee Zine'.
My poem @ccolades @askew was recently published in a Dublin based poetry zine called This is not where I belong*. This issue was called 'That Apple Belongs to Me', inspired by a Jens Lekman song. This poem is about shared spaces and muddled connections. Contact editor Saul via email to get a copy - email@example.com
My poem 'Earwig' and a corresponding photograph were included in the In Place photo book, published in October 2016 to accompany an exhibition in Tara Street, Dublin. IN PLACE is a collective of artists working in Dublin, Ireland. They are focused on formulating a response to the disuse of space within Dublin's urban landscape. The … Continue reading ‘Earwig’ Poem
Impossible Archetype is an international online journal of LGBTQ+ poetry edited by Mark Ward, in which my poem was recently featured: <tidbit> I’m jammed in the vanishing curve of the glasses you won’t wear, hesitant in every stride of the stair, overcome before your waistband/ saline baby, I can’t get washed enough for you. Cause … Continue reading Poem ‘tidbit’