EAT THE STORMS – THE PODCAST – EPISODE 6

Episode 6 of the Poetry Podcast Eat the Storms us now available on Spotify, Anchor, Breaker, Pocketcasts, Apple Podcasts. I am joined by Julie Stevens who has a new collection called Quicksand, Sharon Larkin who has a new collection called Dualities, Steve Denehan who has a new collection coming soon called Days of falling Flesh […]

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LAUNCH WEEK – EAT THE STORMS – PATRICIA’S PEN

Two weeks ago, I got to ask Patricia M. Osborne 11 questions about her writing process and her latest poetry collection Taxus Baccata, also published by The Hedgehog Poetry Press and yesterday I got the chance to drop over to Patricia’s blog to speak about Eat the Storms as part of her wonderful series Patrica’s […]

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Eat the Storms – The Podcast

Hello, I am a Podcast! Well, not literally! But Eat the Storms, my very own poetry podcast is now available on Spotify, Pocketcasts, Radio public, Anchor, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Come join me as I share poems from my debut collection Eat The Storms arriving 17.09.20 from The Hedgehog Poetry Press (sold here in […]

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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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MOBILIS IN MOBILI

  Happy Poetry Day Ireland. There will be Time. Back story- Orla Grant-Donoghue originally invited 16 poets to create 16 new poems based on their favourite books and we were going to read these poems at Alan Hanna’s Bookshop in Rathmines Dublin, today. Of course, due to current events, all that was cancelled but it […]

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