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Holt, Kenneth
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Irwin, Anne
Bio Anne Irwin lives in Galway. She studied English and Philosophy in U.C.Galway a long time ago. rnShe is a homeopath and tutor at the Belfast School of Homeopathy. Her poetry can sometimes be political but generally her inspiration comes from life, nature and her ever extending family. She has three sons and seven grandchildren. Her poetry has been published in many magazines including ROPEs , Skylight 47, Poetry Bus, Irish Left Review, Boyne Berries, Galway Review, High Window, Crossway. The Sea etc She has been guest speaker at Over the Edge, North West Words, O’ Bheal, Cork, An Beal Binn in Erris. The Play House, Derry.
Kelley, Christine
Christine Kelley is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She is currently living in Belfast while finishing up a Master’s in Poetry at Queen’s University, where she was a recipient of The Seamus Heaney Centre scholarship. She also studied for a Master’s in Literature at Villanova University. Christine enjoys birdwatching, hiking, and knitting. rnrn
Kelly, Eoin
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King, Noel
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Leggett, Charles
Charles Leggett is a professional actor based in Seattle, WA, USA. His poetry has been published in over four dozen journals in the US, the UK, Ireland (AUTOMATIC PILOT, THE GALWAY REVIEW, SOUTHWORD JOURNAL), Australia, New Zealand and Canada, and has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His long poem “Premature Tombeau for John Ashbery” was an e-chapbook in the Barnwood Press “Great Find” series.
McCaffrey, Sarah
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Millett, Adam
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Moloughney, Oisín
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Moran, Russell
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Nugent, Oscar
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O'Sullivan, Arthur
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Orellana Damacela, Lucia
Lucia Orellana Damacela is the author of the poetry collection Sea of Rocks (Unsolicited Press, 2018), and the chapbooks Longevity River (Plan B Press, 2019), and Life Lines, which won The Bitchin' Kitsch Chapbook Competition (2018). Her poetry and prose have been published in both English and Spanish in more than twelve countries, in periodicals and anthologies such as Tin House Online, Sharkpack Annual, Orbis, Cha, Into the Void, and Automatic Pilot. Lucía tweets at @lucyda and blogs about her writing at notesfromlucia.wordpress.com.
Reardon, Elaine
Elaine is a poet, herbalist, and educator. Her chapbook, The Heart is a Nursery For Hope, won first honors from Flutter Press in 2016. She’s recently been awarded the Beal Poetry third place prize ( 11/18), was shortlisted at the International Hammond House Poetry contest in December and the Writer’s Digest Poetry Contest. Most recently Elaine’s poetry has been published by UCLA journal, Automatic Pilot, Sleep-ZZZ Journal, Crossways Journal, The Dublin Inksplinter's 2019 anthology, and similar journals. Elaine has also been nominated for the Push Cart Prize. Visit her website at elainereardon.wordpress.com
Scullion, Mark
Mark Scullion hails from county Monaghan. He has been writing poetry for just over two years. His poems touch on a variety of themes but particularly about life on the border in the past and now. He has had poems published in Skylight 47, ROPES, New Ulster, Hidden Channel 11, the Galway Advertiser and Qutub Minar Review this year.







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