Eat the Storms – The Podcast Podcast – Episode 1o – Season 6

Podcast available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, Breaker, Player FM, Radio Public, OverCast, PocketCast, CastBox, iTunes, Podbean, Podcast Addicts and many more platforms.

This episode aired first on Saturday 28th January 2023, produced and hosted by Damien B. Donnelly. Below are details and links to the guest stars…

Lisa Molina

Lisa Molina is a writer in Austin, Texas and author of the digital chapbook, Don’t Fall in Love with Sisyphus (Fahmidan Publishing & Co, 2022). Her new chapbook “Womb Worlds” is currently available for pre-sale with Finishing Line Press until January 20, with the book being released in spring 2023. Molina’s poem “Who You See” was nominated for 2022 “Best of the Net” by Fahmidan Journal, and her poetry has twice been chosen as a winner in the Beyond Words Magazine 250-Word Writing Challenge. In February 2022, her flash fiction piece “Young Man in the Moon” was named a finalist in the “Fifty Shades of Blue” contest, held by The Ekphrastic Review. Molina’s poetry, creative nonfiction, flash and micro fiction can be found currently or forthcoming in numerous online and print publications, including Fahmidan Journal, Beyond Words Magazine, Miniskirt Magazine, The Ekphrastic Review, Sky Island Journal, POETiCA REViEW, Neologism Poetry Journal, Flash Fiction Magazine, Amethyst Review, Boats Against the Current Poetry Magazine, Epoch Press Autumn 2021 “Transitions” issue, and Bright Flash Literary Review. She lives in Austin with her husband, two adult children, and two cats, and works with high school students with special needs.

Follow Lisa on Twitter at

Follow Lisa on her website

Womb Worlds is available at

Don’t Fall in Love with Sisyphus can be found at

Damien Posterino

Damien Posterino was born in Melbourne but has made London his home. He has lived in 5 countries including Singapore and also Mexico where he most recently spent a year there writing his first poetry collection Show Me the way into Exile which was published recently by Alien Buddha Press. His poems can be seen in over 30 international publications including A Thin Slice of Anxiety, Madrigal Press, Roi Fainéant Press, and The Jupiter Review. 

Follow Damien on Twitter at

Show Me the Way into Exile is available on Amazon

Sue Finch

Sue Finch’s debut collection, ‘Magnifying Glass’, was published in 2020. She loves her wife, the coast and the scent of ice-cream freezers.

Follow Sue on Twitter at

Find out more about Sue’s work at

Magnifying Glass is available at

Barney Ashton-Bullock

Barney Ashton-Bullock is the poet in the hybrid music/poetry/pop projects ‘Andy Bell is Torsten’ and the ‘Downes Braide Association’ and is widely published in cult poetry journals – Travesties, Queerlings, Ice Floe, Poetry Bus, the ‘Avalanches In Poetry’Leonard Cohen tribute anthologies, various themed Dreich pamphlets, Pilot Press’s ‘Queer Anthology Of Healing’ and Broken Sleep’s Aphex Twin anthology. Recent pamphlets include ‘Café Kaput!’ (Broken Sleep, 2020), ‘F**kpig Zeitgeist!’ and ‘Bucolicism’ (both Cherry Red, 2021), ‘Geopoliticus, Pupsy!’ (Red Ceilings Press, 2022) and ‘Cul-de-Sacrilege!’ (Polari Press. 2022).

Follow Barney on Twitter at

Cul-de-Sacrilege is available at

Damien B Donnelly, Producer, Host and Poet

Damien B Donnelly is a 47-year-old Irish, adopted, gay, writer and podcast producer who spent 23 years living in Paris, Amsterdam, and London, returning to Dublin in 2019. In 2020, his debut pamphlet Eat the Storms appeared on the Poetry Book Society Winter List 2020/21 and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize followed by a Stickleback collection, and second Pushcart Prize nomination, in Jan 2021, both published by The Hedgehog Poetry Press. He produces and hosts the poetry podcast Eat the Storms, now in its 6th season with 375+ international guests on over 12 platforms. In the Jitterfritz of Neon, a poetry pamphlet co-written with Eilin de Paor, was published in Jan 2022 followed by his first full collection Enough! on 29th August 2022, for which he was awarded an Agility Award by Arts Council, Ireland. The Fingal Arts have funded his next collection Back from Away. His poetry and short stories have appeared in numerous journals, both online and in print. He is the editor-in-chief of The Storms, a journal of poetry, prose and visual art.

The Storms journal is available at

He is on Twitter at and instagram at both @damiboy and @weshallalwayshaveparis

You can purchase his pamphlets and collections at his website

Backing music for Eat the Storms is from Purple Planet Royalty Free Music, with thanks…

You can find us on many platforms including Spotify and here is the link…

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