Honoured to have three poems featured in the Irish Times as part of Hennessy New Irish Writing. Read them here.
Honoured to speak out the influence of Seamus Heaney and read his poem Postscript on Morning Ireland on the third anniversary of his death. Listen here.
My poem Morning Sun features on the August 14th edition of Sunday Miscellany. Listen here.
Like the city itself, the poets featured in the series are more than the sum of their parts. Collectively they tell of a Dublin full of light and shade, a city of contradictions, in constant flux. They show us that the story of Dublin is everybody’s to tell. It has no fixed points. Beyond wild, it exists far more in the unspoken and the unseen than any attempt to distil it down to a neat package can do justice to. And yet it is our poets perhaps more than anyone who have grappled with the task of laying our lifelines bare and bringing voice to the city. Dublin A Year in Words presents a cross-section of 12 poets who do just that, filmed in establishments that keep the city’s essence alive.
Dublin: A Year in Words is a celebration of what is happening in ‘the now’, supporting our living poets instead of drawing from the past.