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McCaffrey, Sarah
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Millett, Adam
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Moloughney, Oisín
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Moran, Russell
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Morgan, Kate
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Naughton, Caoimhe
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Nugent, Oscar
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O'Sullivan, Arthur
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Orellana Damacela, Lucia
Lucía Orellana Damacela is the author of Inherent (Fly on the Wall Press, 2020), Longevity River (Plan B Press, 2019), Sea of Rocks (Unsolicited Press, 2018), and Life Lines (The Bitchin' Kitsch, 2018). Lucía’s work and translations have been published in more than twelve countries in both English and Spanish, in venues such as Tin House Online, Poet Lore, Carve Magazine, The Bitter Oleander, PANK, and The Acentos Review. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish from New York University, tweets at @lucyda, and blogs 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
Reid, Colin
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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.
Slevin, Neil
Neil Slevin MA, BSc is a writer from Co. Leitrim, Ireland, whose poetry has been published by various Irish publications, including Skylight 47, Boyne Berries, and Into The Void, and numerous international journals, such as Scarlet Leaf Review and Artificium: The Journal. His flash fiction appeared in The Incubator. Neil is Dodging The Rain's Editor-in-Chief.
Somers, Eamon
Eamon Somers was born in Dublin and lived there until 1986 when he moved to London. His stories have been short-listed in The Irish Post annual prize, The London Writing Competition, and Slough Literary Festival. Spring in the Country won the Carmarthen short story competition sponsored by BBC Wales. Other stories have been published in Chroma, Tees Valley Writer, and ABC Tales. The Journal of Truth and Consequence (in the US) published Fear of Landing which received a Pushcart Prize nomination. Nataí Bocht was included in a collection entitled Quare Fellas published by Basement Press (an imprint of Attic Press) in Ireland. A longer version of this work (entitled Foolish Dream) received an honourable mention in a first novel competition in the US. Dolly Considine Hotel, is his third completed novel.
Spichak, Simon
Simon Spichak is a scientist interested in writing about mental health, nature and the absurd. He enjoys writing when he is not working in the laboratory.







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