EAT THE STORMS – THE PODCAST – WEEK 3 GUESTS

A huge thank you to the stars who joined me last weekend on the Podcast. They are each and everyone beautiful, talented, generous, charming, supportive and superstars and can be watched, not only in the dark of night, outdoors, but at every hour of the day, shadow or light, and you can find them here…

Ankh Spice is on Twitter as @SeaGoatScreams and can be found here


Sarah Connor is on Twitter as @sacosw and her blog is…


Ruairí de Barra is on Twitter @r_debarra and has a blog below…


Eilín De Paor can be found on Twitter as @edepaor and check out her hastag #BitofaPoem


Jane Dougherty is on Twitter as @MJDougherty33 and is on WordPress below…


Kevin Bateman is on Twitter as @Bate_Kevin and his KevinBatemanPresents series is available on YouTube…


Catherine Ann Cullen is on Twitter as @tarryathome and below is her website…


Aisling Keogh is on Twitter as @aislingtkeogh


This weekend, on the 4th episode, things get prickly with a host of Hoglets as I am joined by some of the poets of The Hedgehog Poetry Press. Stay tuned and, in the meantime, Stay Bloody Poetic

3 thoughts on “EAT THE STORMS – THE PODCAST – WEEK 3 GUESTS

    1. deuxiemepeau

      I really am. The dream was to move back to Ireland, head west and start putting together ideas of opening a writer’s retreat/guest house and, of course, all I managed to do was get home to Lusk and all then took a side step in the current climate and yet, having this little podcast feels a little like a coming together. A gathering, a place to come and switch on and chill and listen and think and introduce him to her and them to those. So maybe these little steps will lead eventually to bigger rooms that I can actually fill with creators 🤞🙏

      1. Jane Dougherty

        Well, you’ve had a fair few dreams come true already. This is the next one but it’s one you’re plotting very carefully so it’s taking time. You’ll get there. Everybody seems to be holding their breath at the moment. Nothing dares to carry on as normal. It’s maybe a good time for a start-up if you have the nerve. Writers at a retreat wouldn’t mind being confined, would they?

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