Fergus Hogan lives and works in Waterford where he lectures fulltime in Family Therapy and Narrative Storytelling Therapy at Waterford Institute of Technology. His poems have been published in the Irish Times, Channel, Feral Journal of Poetry and Art, Tiny Seeds Literary Journal, and various anthologies. His spoken word poem Consent took first prize in Waterford’s inaugural spoken word and slam poetry competition in 2018. His poetry chapbook, Bittern Cry, was published in November 2019 by Book Hub Publishing and is available for sale online from his local independent bookstore; The Book Centre Waterford www.thebookcentre.ie Fergus’ first novel The Wisdom of Fionn is a retelling of a well know Irish legend which explores men’s lives and masculinities through a lens of Celtic Spirituality, Storytelling and Mythology. It has been serialised and shared for free, a chapter a day, during the stay home stay safe time on his publisher’s website www.bookhubpublishing.com.
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