Thanks to the Irish Writers Centre I have the wonderful opportunity to take part in the 2019 Young Writers Delegate programme in association with Cúirt International Festival of Literature 2019. The full festival programme was announced just last week, which you can download to check out the event line up ans speakers here!
'CAHOOTS’ opens tonight at The Crypt in St Lukes Church, Cork, and runs from 20-27 March. I'm thrilled to be involved in this collaborative project with A4 Sounds and Sample-Studios where some of my work will be on show, including a hand-bound zine and a new letterpress poem print. Link to event here! About the exhibition: CAHOOTS: A4 Sounds … Continue reading Cahoots Exhibition: A4 Sounds & Sample-Studios
8th – 18th Nov | A4 Sounds Gallery A4 Members’ & Neighbours’ Show 2018 A little over two month's ago I joined A4 Sounds Studios, where I have been making work and writing poetry since, and have been thoroughly enjoying the fruitful and reinvigorating journey so far. Next month A4 are hosting their annual member's … Continue reading A4 Sounds Exhibition: Locale #2
I'm very happy to say that I have some poetry included in an upcoming project with Peach Magazine which will be released later this month. With You: Withdrawn Poetry of the #MeToo Movement features fourteen poets who withdrew work from journals and publishing houses following the #MeToo movement's exposure of literary gatekeepers. With an introductory essay … Continue reading With You: Withdrawn Poetry of the #MeToo Movement
Over the weekend I took part in a bookbinding workshop in conjunction with Read That Image, during which we were taught two binding techniques: the Singer stitch and Japanese stab binding. Taking part felt like affirmation that I was moving in the right direction creatively, learning new skills which will enable me to incorporate tangible elements to … Continue reading Bookbinding Workshop
In July of this year, I fulfilled a long term goal of mine and had a poem 'Rosé' published with Abridged. The poem was inspired by a game my sister and I used to play as children, when we wrote letters to 'the fairies' who lived at the bottom of the garden. Unbeknownst to us, … Continue reading Abridged Journal: Rosé
In Irish mythology the Cailleach is a divine hag & a creator/weather/ancestor deity. She is also commonly known as the Cailleach Bhéara, Bheur(ach) or simply the Queen of Winter. On 31st July in Dublin's own A4 Sounds, we launched our first collaborative zine 'Cailleach' as the NOT4U collective. Nestled among other wonderful visual art & poetry, it … Continue reading Cailleach Zine Launch