lives on the Tipperary / Waterford border in south-east Ireland. She co-founded The Story House Ireland (2014 – 2018) and lectured in English and Creative Writing at Waterford Institute of Technology. She curates the annual Brewery Lane Writers’ W/E and runs the monthly open mic, Poetry Plus, and her own workshops, Writing Changes Lives, in Brewery Lane Theatre, Carrick-on-Suir. She is an affiliate of Amherst Writers & Artists and her work has been published by Southword, The South Circular, RTE/O’Brien Press, Flash Frontier, The Pickled Body, Fudoki and The Irish Times. Her book, Weather Report, was released in September 2022.
teaches at Boston University. He recently served as Writer-in-Residence at Phillips Academy Andover. A past Robert Pinsky Global Fellow at Boston University and a Grace Abernathy Scholar at Emory University, his work has appeared in Sugar House Review, The Summerset Review, The Adirondack Review, Slipstream, Terrain.org, TAB Journal, The Indianapolis Review, Rust + Moth, The Dodge, and The Café Review, among others. His chapbook, The Narrow House, was a 2016 finalist in the international Fool for Poetry chapbook competition. His debut collection, Estate Sale, was a 2022 finalist for the Barry Spacks Poetry Prize. He maintains dual-citizenship in the United States and Ireland and has several traditional Irish music album credits and awards for playing accompaniment on the bodhrán.