Writers Chat 30: Sue Rose on “Scion” (Cinnamon Press: Wales, 2020)

You’re very welcome to my Writers Chat series, Sue. We’re going to explore your latest poetry collection Scion (Cinnamon Press: Wales, 2020).    SG: Scion is comprised of 46 poems and a glossary. As I glanced through the collection for the first time, I found myself pausing at the glossary and reading through it. It … Continue reading Writers Chat 30: Sue Rose on “Scion” (Cinnamon Press: Wales, 2020)

Writers Chat 29:Karen Lee Street on Edgar Allan Poe and The Empire of the Dead (Oneworld: London, 2019)

Writers Chat – Edgar Allan Poe and The Empire of the Dead Karen, you’re very welcome to my Writers Chat. We last chatted about Edgar Allan Poe and The Jewel of Peru and today we'll discuss  Edgar Allan Poe and The Empire of the Dead which was described as “a gripping read, and a worthy homage … Continue reading Writers Chat 29:Karen Lee Street on Edgar Allan Poe and The Empire of the Dead (Oneworld: London, 2019)

As the world slowly opens…so, too, do the art galleries

The Irish Times recently published Gemma Tipton's guide to "The best artworks to see in Ireland's reopened galleries". Margo and I are thrilled that Duality is deemed one of them: Margo McNulty’s show, Duality, is a collaboration with writer Shauna Gilligan, and both are fascinated by the stories that wrap around, and soak into the land. Find prints, … Continue reading As the world slowly opens…so, too, do the art galleries