Guest Editorial – Poet Dancers and poems, Reading Hieroglyphs
by Eileen Casey, Irish Poet from Tallaght, South County Dublin.
Eileen Casey is a poet, fiction writer and journalist, widely published in literary journals and magazines. Her poetry has appeared in The Sunday Tribune, The Ulster Tatler (Literary Miscellany), If Ever You Go (Dedalus), The Stinging Fly, among others. A Hennessy Award Winner (Emerging Fiction), she received a Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship in 2011. A Creative Writing Tutor, she works with adults and children alike and has mentored many poets into print. Her poetry collections include Drinking the Colour Blue (New Island), Wall Street (The Clothesline Press), From Bone to Blossom (a collaboration with artist Emma Barone, with an introduction by Grace Wells), Reading Hieroglyphs in Unexpected Places (a collaboration with artist Emma Barone). In 2010, From Spit and Clay won the Green Book Festival (Los Angeles). She has shown a number of poetry in public places exhibitions, Poetry on The Wall (Awarded by South Dublin Libraries), Reading Fire, Writing Flame (Awarded by Offaly County Council), Seagulls (Awarded by Tallaght Arts Centre) and The Jane Austen Sewing Kit (shown during Birr Vintage Week & Arts Festival, 2007).
Drinking the Colour Blue – New Island Books
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