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Alicia Byrne Keane
Alicia Byrne Keane is a PhD student from Dublin, Ireland, working on an Irish Research Council-funded PhD study that problematises ‘vagueness’ and the ethics of translation in the work of Samuel Beckett and Haruki Murakami, at Trinity College Dublin. Alicia’s poems have appeared in The Moth, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Abridged, The Honest Ulsterman, and Entropy. She has performed at Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, and Lingo Festival, and has had two spoken word performances recorded for Balcony TV. Most recently, she has contributed poems and video footage to Lost Together, a series of short documentaries by Luca Byrne about Irish people during the COVID-19 crisis.
Baker-Frommholz, Amanda
Dr. Amanda Baker-Frommholz, whose preferred stage name is Annjoba, is an Irish performance artist in progress, based in Berlin. As a former scientist, a current teacher of Biology and English, and a qualified animal physiotherapist, she is constantly struggling to find her inner voice. Occasionally she finds it with the help of her children, before she mislays it again along with her keys, phone and equanimity.rn rn
Bourke, Eimear
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Britton, Ellen
Ellen Britton is a retired civil servant living in Wicklow. She is married with a grown up family. She started writing seriously in 2012. Has won best short story in the Allingham Arts Festival short story competition in 2012, had an article recently published on writing.ie and has had two short stories published in the Bray Arts Journal. She is currently writing a novel set in Wicklow in 1847.
Brunetti, Joshua
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Byrne, Jenny
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Byrne, Lorcan
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C. Mukherjee, Sanghamitra
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Carroll, John O
John O Carroll lives in Limerick and recently completed a BA in English literature. He has been writing for the past number of years. He writes short stories and poetry. He describes his style as urban mythology infused with other-worldly concepts and ideas. He hopes to write a novel in the near future. He has read some of his work in his native Limerick and continues to hone his writing skills in his poetry.
Connelly, Kevin
Kevin Connelly is a native of Kilkenny City, living in Duncannon, Co. Wexford He holds Degrees from UCD and UL. Kevin has been interviewed on The John Murray Show, Radio1 and the Eclectic Light Show, KCLRadio, on RTE Television, TG4 and Raidio na Gaeltacht. He has read poetry in the Wexford Arts Centre, on “Imeall”, Arts show on TG4 and at The Troubadour Coffee House Poetry in London. His poetry has received awards in The Black Diamond Poetry Competition, The Frances Browne Multilingual Poetry Competition and Fish Publications Poetry. He was shortlisted for the 2018 Sean O Faoláin Short Story prize. He was also shortlisted for the Hammond House International Poetry Prize at the University of Hull in England.His writings have been published in “The Sunday Short Story”, “Boyne Berries” “Causeway” and “Red Lamp, Black Piano”. In the US he has been published in various journals.
Crickard, Jim
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Darragh-Hickey, Holly
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Deane, Aine
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Donaghy, John
John Donaghy is a native of Derry City now living in Donegal. His poetry has been published in The Derry Journal, Sarasvati magazine and in The Irish Times. He has been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize in 2015. His poems have won first place in the unpublished section of the Poetry Ireland Trocaire Prize in both 2018 and 2019. rn
Doonan, Conor
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