I'm over the moon at the news that FIVE of my poems have been published with Poethead this week. This website provides a truly wonderful resource for finding new work by contemporary Irish women poets. These poems were informed by themes of sexuality, memory, nature, relationships, gender, mental health and independence. 'Hinnerup' is a mash up … Continue reading Poethead Publication: ‘Hinnerup’ and other poems
Thank you Flying South for hosting such a wonderful event in conjunction with First Fortnight Flying South is a free, monthly, mental health themed arts and open mic night hosted on the last Friday of every month. First Fortnight is a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action. Festival Programme: http://www.firstfortnight.ie/…/uploa…/2017/12/FF18-FINAL.pdf In keeping with the … Continue reading Flying South: First Fortnight, Jan 2018
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.
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
A short review of Willie Doherty's recent Irish exhibitions that I submitted to Headstuff's Vis Arts section.
By way of expanding my relationship with photography in tandem with the city's correlation with the natural world. Originally published with Hunt and Gather “They travel long distances to stroll along the seashore, for reasons they can’t put into words.” -Edward O. Wilson Certainly living in the bustling city centre of Dublin is exciting however increasing … Continue reading Aligning Positivity and Plant Growth