Eat the Storms – The Podcast – Episode 14 – Poetry in Ireland

Podcast available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, Breaker, PocketCast, Podbean and many more platforms

This episode aired on 05th December 2020 and I was joined by poets Eilín de Paor, Therese Kieran and Karen S Moore. The links to their websites, blogs or Twitter pages are all listed below…

Eilín de Paor is on Twitter at @edepaor and her poem hashtag is #bitofapoem and you can find some of her poetry on Algebra of Owls and Pandemic.ie.

Therese Kieran is on Twitter at @ThereseKieran and you can read one of her poems on The Blue Nib and the The Honest Ulsterman…

https://humag.co/poetry/in-silence

Therese Kieran lives in Belfast. Her work has featured in: Her Other Language, The Honest Ulsterman, Valley Press Anthology, The Blue Nib, Four X Four, Washing Windows? and many others, including Poetry Jukebox’s 2020 climate change curation in Paris & Belfast. She’s twice been long listed for the Seamus Heaney New Writing award. In 2020 she received an Arts Council award to write her debut poetry pamphlet about 1914 Belgian refugees in Monaghan. Just recently she’s been involved in projects with the 26 Collective including, 26 Wild in support of endangered species and A Common Place, a collaborative venture with the Eames Fine Art Gallery, London.

Karen S Moore is on Twitter at @KarenSDavies and can be found at her website…

Karen’s poem Let Down was first published in Skylight 47 July 2020 from her pamphlet in progress: ‘When seaweed is Medusa’s hair’. Trainspotting was first published by The Honest Ulsterman, 2020. Mermaid Princess was first published by Southword, 2017. Both those last poems are from K. S. Moore’s full collection, ‘Eggshell Flesh’, (currently out on submission).
Karen’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoaQi6FmVIrvloO08FX9WgQ

My debut collection Eat the Storms is available here…

Until next time… Stay Bloody Poetic!

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