Abhaile With Tracy Gaughan
New and established voices in poetry from Ireland and the United Kingdom
North American Time with Felicia McCarthy
Established and emerging poets from the United States and Canada.
An Astráil With Denise O'Hagan
publishing established and new voices from Australia and New Zealand.
Our editors speak to our Featured Writers and Poets about their work, inspiration, success and failure.
Denise O'Hagan caught up with her fellow country woman, Amanda McLeod to discuss creativity, writing and her new flash fiction collection, Animal Behaviour.
Victoria Kennefick on creative innovation, authenticity in writing and what makes poetry so compelling.
Poet and novelist Nick Browne talks to Tracy Gaughan about gender bias, cultural identity, the benefits of constructive criticism and how poetry sustains us in times of crisis.
One of Galway’s most beloved writers, Fred Johnston talks to Tracy Gaughan about cultural politics, widening our imaginative horizons, and his life long love affair with the poetic craft.
Amy Barry took 1st and 2nd prize in the English Poetry at PAU World Poetry Day in 2017 and 2018. Is a recipient of Neruda Award 2017 (Poetry) Crispiano, Italy. Highly Commended (Poetry) in SiarSceal International Literary Festival in 2017 and 2019.
Translation Po-Int with Clara Burghelea
New international poetry and poetry in translation
The Write Life With Clare Morris
Writers writing for writers.
Sarah Leavesley explains how the passing of time offers surprising opportunities for creative growth.
Seanchaí with Eugen Bacon
Established and new story tellers worthy of the title Seanchaí
Susan R. Barclay is a 2019 Writer's Digest Short Short Story Competition Award Winner. She is currently working on an anthology of short stories
The Critcal Nib with Emma Lee
Reviews of the latest releases in poetry and literary fiction
Gayelene Carbis uses a variety of forms, style and tone to suit each poem – from densely packed enjambment and prose poems to tightly structured sequences
‘Misericord’ is a book containing many fine things, a Palace of Varieties containing within its sixty-six pages a multitude of (mainly successful) attempts to render Kevin Bailey’s poetic world complete.
“Letters Home” explores the Chinese-British diaspora from the viewpoint of someone beginning to find her place in the world, looking at how to forge an identity which includes her origins and her new life.
The Ink Pods with Angela Dye and Mike Ivatt
The Blue Nib branded podcast of poetry and literary fiction
Australian poet, James Walton reads his own work, A Dairy Hand On a Hill
'Tim King wouldn’t describe himself as the Father of the ‘Poetry Plus’ House in the south west, but I would' says Ysella Sims
In honour of Bloomsday, The Write Life editor, Clare Morris reads her own Bloomsday in Andalusia
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