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Kelly Creighton

Short Fiction Writer Kelly Creighton

Kelly Creighton’s debut novel The Bones of It (Liberties Press) was the San Diego Book Review’s 2015 Book of the Year, and nominated for the Kate O’Brien Award. She was runner-up for the McLaverty Award and shortlisted for a number of fiction and poetry prizes. Kelly has been awarded bursaries from Ards Arts, North Down and Ards […]

John Walsh

Short Fiction Writer John Walsh

JOHN WALSH was born in Derry. His first collection of poetry, Johnny tell Them, was published in 2006 by Guildhall Press. In 2007 he received a Publication Award from Galway County Council to publish his second collection Love’s Enterprise Zone. His third collection, Chopping Wood with T.S. Eliot, was published by Salmon Poetry in 2010. Border Lines, his debut short-story collection […]

John O’Donnell

Short Fiction Writer John O'Donnell

JOHN O’DONNELL’s work has been published and broad- cast widely in Ireland and abroad. Fiction publications include Counterparts (The Stinging Fly Press), Hennessy Book of Irish Fiction, Sunday Tribune, Sunday Independent, The Stinging Fly, Books Ireland, The Irish Times, and RTE’s The Book on One. Awards include the Hennessy Award for Emerging Fiction and Cúirt Festival of Literature New Writing Prize for Fiction. He has […]

Jim Mullarkey

Short Fiction Writer Jim Mullarkey

JIM MULLARKEY is a fiction writer, psychotherapist and teacher. He was a Labour member of Galway City Council from 1993 to 1999. His story ‘Heaven’ was runner-up in the 2002 RTE Francis McManus Award. ‘Mary up in Donegal’ was short-listed in the same competition in 2005. ‘First Love’ was long-listed in the Raymond Carver short story […]

Helena Mulkerns

Short Fiction Writer Helena Mulkerns

HELENA MULKERNS’ debut short story was shortlisted for the Hennessy New Irish Writing Award. Over twenty of her stories have since been internationally anthologised, including one that was shortlisted for the Pushcart Prize and another for the Francis MacManus Short Story Award. She originally worked as a music journalist with Hot Press Magazine and went […]

Gerry Galvin

GERRY GALVIN was born in Limerick in 1942 but later moved to Oughterard, Co. Galway. He was a chef and former restaurateur, author of two cookbooks, The Drimcong Food Affair (McDonald Publishing, 1992) and Everyday Gourmet (The O’Brien Press, 1997), and was a columnist for Organic Matters magazine. His poetry and short stories have been published in newspapers and magazines in both the U.K. […]

Elizabeth Reapy

Short Fiction Writer Elizabeth Reapy

ELIZABETH REAPY, 28, is from Claremorris, Co. Mayo, has an MA in Creative Writing from Queen’s University, Belfast and is the editor of Her short fiction and poetry has been published nationally and internationally and she is a Pushcart Prize nominee.She was chosen as Tyrone Guthrie’s Exchange Irish Writer in Varuna Writers’ House, Sydney for […]

Rosemary Jenkinson

Short Fiction Rosemary Jenkinson

Rosemary Jenkinson was born in Belfast and is an award-winning playwright and short story writer. She won the 2001 Black Hill Magazine Short Story Competition, third prize in the Brian Moore Short Story Awards and was shortlisted for the 2002 Hennessy Award for New Writing. Her first collection of short stories, Contemporary Problems Nos. 53 & […]

Susan Millar Dumars

Short Fiction Writer Susan DuMars

SUSAN MILLAR DUMARS was born in Philadelphia. Her book of short stories, Lights in the Distance (Doire Press, 2010), followed the successful chapbook American Girls (Lapwing Press, 2007). She has been the recipient of an Irish Arts Council Bursary for her fiction and has also published three poetry collections with Salmon Poetry, the most recent, The God Thing in 2013. In winter […]

William Wall

Short Fiction William Wall

WILLIAM WALL is the author of four novels, including This is the Country (Sceptre), longlisted for the Man Booker Prize; four collections of poetry; and three volumes of short stories. He was the first European winner of the Drue Heinz Prize for Literature in the USA. He has won many other prizes and awards including: the Premio Lerici […]