A BEAUTIFUL BLACK BOUGH DAY

This morning I woke to the news that I have been nominated by Black Bough Poetry for Best of the Net. Yesterday was a beautiful day, a slow cycle down to catch the sunshine bathing along the edge of the sea as I sat under the cliffs and listened to the echoes the tides had […]

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EAT THE STORMS- THE PODCAST- COMING SOON

Just when you thought there were no other ways for me to get out there and plug this debut collection of my poetry- you were wrong. Eat the Storms, The Podcast, is coming soon to a podcast platform near you, try Spotify or Google Podcasts. The trailer dropped last week and the 1st (and possibly […]

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EAT THE STORMS- COVER REVEAL

Yesterday The Hedgehog Poetry Press released a viewing of the cover of my debut poetry collection Eat the Storms. When I was 16 yers old, I wrote a letter to myself and filed it away in the back of the attic. I found it a few years ago and it reminded me that I was […]

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THE SEA AND THE STARS EastSide Arts festival, Belfast

As part of the Women Aloud NI and EastSide Arts Festival, I was asked by fellow writer Gaynor Kane to write a poem inspired by the iconic Bond song Skyfall and below is my video poem response… Both Gaynor and myself have new collections soon arriving via Hedgehog Press so keep your eyes and ears […]

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THINGS THAT CANNOT BE TOSSED

  Wind runs wild over sun-burnt grass, leaves fight longevity despite destiny, only trunk will triumph over time- odd to think you were once a shoot someone let shine. I’ve cut down so much in these past days trying to find a path between space and this place once again taken root under the footing […]

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