Publications List

Poetry Collections

  • Thames Way, a collection of haiku and tanka, was published in 2015 by Alba Publishing (www.albapublishing.com) ISBN 978-1-910185-23-0
  • My second collection of haiku, A Thousand Sparks, has been accepted for publication by Alba Publishing. It will be published later in 2018.

Haiku and Tanka publications

Since 2013 over 170 of my haiku and tanka have been accepted by literary journals and websites:

I have had haiku and tanka published by in various anthologies:

  • Beginning: the British Haiku Society Members’ Anthology 2016
  • Edge: the British Haiku Society Members’ Anthology 2015
  • Ekphrasis: The British Haiku Society Members’ Anthology 2017
  • Meltdown, an anthology published by Hailstones Haiku Circle in 2013
  • One Hundred Poets on Mount Ogura, One Poem Each, an anthology by Hailstones Haiku Circle in 2010
  • Persimmon, an anthology from Hailstones Haiku Circle in 2017
  • ‘poet meets painter’ the original Hungry Hill Writer’s Group anthology in 2010
  • Selfies and Portraits: Snapshots from the Library After Dark Writers’ Café, an anthology from the Library After Dark Writers’ Café in 2016
  • Stone After Stone, the anthology of Haiku Ireland in 2017

Poetry

Since 2013 I have had 11 poems accepted by various literary journals and anthologies

  • The Stinging Fly published two poems for the Spring 2013 issue
  • Cyphers No. 75 published one poem in May 2013
  • Cyphers No. 78 published one poem in November 2014
  • The Limerick Writer’s Centre published two poems in It’s a Queer City: All the Same, an anthology of LGBT writing from Limerick in June 2016
  • Boyne Berries issue 21 published a poem in March 2017
  • Boyne Berries issue 23 published a poem in April 2018
  • Ballyroan Library published two prize-winning poems on their website as part of Poetry Day on the 26th April 2018 (www.southdublinlibraries.ie/news/2018/04/winners-4th-annual-ballyroan-library-poetry-competition)

Short Story

  • A short story, Bus to Bordeaux, was published in Selfies and Portraits: Snapshots from the Library After Dark Writers’ Café, an anthology from the Library After Dark published by South Dublin County Council

Film

  • A poetry film of Thames Way was made and it featured in the 4th Ó Bhéal International Poetry Video Competition in Cork in October 2016 (https://vimeo.com/178724730)