NEWS

Thanks to the Arts Council Northern Ireland for all their support. My new collection will be published by Doire Press in Spring 2018.

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Was honoured to be part of this fantastic event celebrating young writers.

SABOTEUR AWARDS 2017

Many thanks to all those who nominated Copeland’s Daughter in the Best Poetry Pamphlet of the Saboteur Awards. I’m delighted to say it has made the shortlist.

LONGLIST/SHORTLIST DETAILS

Voting remains open for the month of April and the results are announced in London on 13th May. If you liked the pamphlet, please consider giving it a vote. Thank you.

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Copeland's Daughter

The Woman on the Other Side has been shortlisted for the Shine/Strong Award 2017

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Details of Shine Strong Award 2017

IRISH TIMES Article by Stephanie Conn

Copeland's Daughter

Copeland’s Daughter now available.

Order here

THE 30th POETRY BUSINESS PAMPHLET COMPETITION

New work to be published in pamphlet following competition win.

‘This collection deserves a high place in the tradition of the poet as naturalist. Precise description rendered in physical language lifts these poems off the page and into the sensory ken of the reader.  One poem, “The First Lighthouse” should be read in every classroom.’ – Billy Collins 

Find out more on The Poetry Business website.

 

HAPPY POETRY DAY IRELAND!

Grab this great offer while you can. One day only! (28th April 2016)

 

 

I’M OFF TO THE OTHER SIDE!

Delighted to say I’ll be travelling to Tasmania this autumn to read at the Tasmania Poetry Festival. Can’t wait to revisit this beautiful island and share some of my Tassie poems.

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‘The Woman on the Other Side’ has arrived safely in Tasmania. A series of poems in the collection was inspired by a visit to this beautiful island a few years ago. I’m delighted to say I’ve been invited to read at the Tasmania Poetry Festival this autumn.

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Funeral Services NI launch 2016 Poetry Competition

FSNI Poetry Competition 2016

Ready to Launch!

Culture NI Interview

Community Arts Partnership Interview