September 7, 2019

Later in the month, I will be back in county Wicklow. Bray with its long seaside promenade is a fantastically inspiring place, which Joyce fondly remembered having lived there for a while as a young boy. (Just in case you are on a Joycean pilgrimage.) I remember a read...

September 1, 2019

This article about the launch of The Corridor, appeared in the Argus in March.

I am posting the link here, included in the image, as it is ever so relevant. The Corridor is an intercultural magazine that grew out of the XBorders Project of the Irish Writers Centre and t...

October 14, 2018

Living on the edge of Kilbroney Park, it is no surprise that I have a special relationship with trees. I go for walks nearly every day in good weather. After the last storm (and there are many these days, due to the climate change) I anxiously counted the fallen ones. 


March 3, 2017

 I will take part in a few reading events in Ireland North and South to celebrate women, writing, woman writers. Wednesday 8th March 1.30 pm - Banbridge Library

Saturday 11th March all day at the Irish Writers Centre Dublin.

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August 15, 2016

I am honoured and excited to be invited to give a creative writing workshop and reading of my poetry at Bellaghy. This invitation also marks a personal anniversary for me: ten years ago I gave my first creative writing workshop at the Poetry House in Bellaghy for and o...

June 5, 2016

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Flame of Liberty is from a new pamphlet I'm working on with the title "Vertical Montage" containing all things vertical. The poems relate to film, art and memories.


The title "Vertical Montage" is taken from film theory, from Sergei Eis...

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