LONGLIST Poetry Prize 2014

347 poems longlisted
(1,300 poems submitted in total)

Father away on business Adnan Mahmutovic
Kairos Akiho Schilz
Two Hearts Akiho Schilz
the metamorphoses akil contractor
Mammock beach Alain Speed
The bus conductor Alain Speed
A month in the attic Alain Speed
Street Bird Alain Speed
Phoenix Alan Lawson
Secret Life of the Charity Shop Alison Thomas
Gravity Is Always Attractive Amy Greacen
Lviv, February 2014 Andrew Dawson
Acceleration due to gravity Andy Jenkins
From beyond the waiting room door Andy Jenkins
Queen Victoria’s Wedding Dress angela Readman
Of Tea Tasters and Book Keepers Anirudh Jain
Murmuration Over Gretna Ann Thompson
Not Waiting But Drowning Anna Whyatt
Summer Shower in Suburbia Anne Coughlan
Snipe Anne O’Malley
Dream with Two Muses anne swannell
Red Towel Arne Weingart
Taking on the Shape Astrid van der pol
A Life attracta kennelly
“2 double-O over 7” prestigitation Barrie Walsh
I am Not bern butler
The Yard Brush Bernadette Crawford
Living with Adult Children in Times of Recession Bernadette Crawford
Cilleen Bernadette Crawford
The San Fermin Sonnets Bert Beckmann
Sudden Mushrooms Bill Hoagland
Now Point Bill Hogan
Asyourhazeleyesrotate …! Bill Hogan
Engaged to Stillness Bogusia Wardein
Persons Unknown Bogusia Wardein
Self-Portrait as a She-Wolf BREDA WALL RYAN
No that the White Bear is Gone BREDA WALL RYAN
Becoming the Ancestor BREDA WALL RYAN
If what is, is Other BREDA WALL RYAN
Rwanda brenda fitzpatrick
A Fallen Oak Brian Murphy
A July Evening in Bantry brigid johnson
The Color of Guinness C. Wade Bentley
Autumn leaves tour Carly Roberts
Moon Man Carmen Feliciano
N. carolyn waudby
Aerialiste carolyn waudby
My Mother Catherine Bateson
Rococo and Cocoa Catherine Wylie
The last of the tribe Catherine Wylie
See what we can see Cathy Dreyer
Tomorrow Charles Evans
remembering cheryl fraser
Pacific Rim Chris Andrews
The Ever Changing Definition of Youth in Revolt Christopher Meehan
Thirst clare O’reilly
Edgar’s Fridge Claudine Toutoungi
Knowing We’ll Be Mostly Wrong colin channer
The Basement Connie Golden
She did not Connie Golden
Seeing Connie Roberts
Fill The Empty Space Corey Ramsey
Lines Csilla Toldy
Massage Cynthia Grover
The Missionaries of All Hallows College Dan Reid
Good Friday Daniel Gustafsson
Nativity Daniel Gustafsson
The Two Hand Tale Daniel P. Stokes
The White Camellia Davnet Heery
Seed Davnet Heery
Hunger Winter Dawn Smith
Birthday Denise Nagle
Love. Denise Pattison
There Was A Man Devo Cutler-Rubenstein
A Brief History Of Ink Devreaux Baker
Resurrection Diana Howard
Nihilism Means Nothing to Me Dicko King
Lament Eamonn Lynskey
fish publishing poems Eileen Murphy
Slave Sense Elaine Feeney
Irrepressibly Bare Eleanor Hooker
The Self-test Law Elisabeth Sennitt Clough
“Blue Frog” Elizabeth Wolf
Brandon Bay Emer Fallon
Playing Attention Emma Clohessy
For Bill Eric Pitty
Fall Weather Talk Evangelino Balanon
I was reading Rumi Felicity Notley
An Indifferent Wind Fran Graham
Like the Animals G.G. Silverman
Epidauri George Harding
Feathers George Harding
snow rules Geraldine Clarkson
St Rose of Lima’s Revenge Geraldine Clarkson
Travellers Rest Gerry O’Donnell
Burrow Beach, Dublin Giles Newington
Please Forward Giles Newington
World Without End Grainne Murphy
In Truth Gráinne O Toole
Ashes Gráinne O Toole
The Decorum of the Social Wasp Grainne Tobin
Grouse Gregory Jackson
Catherine of Aragon Gregory Jackson
Since Adam Gretchen Friel
An Assortment of Poetry Helen Picard
Parliamo Daisy Helena Goddard
Winter Term Helena Nolan
Popular Mechanics Helena Nolan
Mother’s Day Helena Nolan
Repellent Holly Minogue
Dad’s Cap Honor Somerset
Out walking with Seamus Heaney Hugh Breslin
red flag Irene Mosvold
in loco parentis J. C. Robertson
Harvest Jacqueline P Haskell
the greening Jacqueline P Haskell
The Warrior of the Falling Fire Jacqueline P Haskell
Fledgling Jacqueline P Haskell
Amelie Jacqueline P Haskell
Alice like the wind Jacqueline P Haskell
I can’t help it really James Heaney
The Depression James Patterson
[elegy] James Patterson
L’Abbaye du Lieu Dieu James Patterson
Writing Poetry at 5 A.M. James Patterson
Geyser Janis Freegard
Sing me to Sleep Jasmine Holmes
The Roach Men Jasmine Holmes
I watch him, my husband Jay Kidd
Winter Hides the Gardener Jean Tuomey
Lost Duet Jean Tuomey
One Small Scratch Jed Myers
Wish You Were Here Jed Myers
Lock Up Your Pelargoniums Jennifer Compton
“A Dictionary of Venery in the Voice of Artemis” Jennifer Militello
Timing Jennifer Quinlivan
Eleanor Rigby’s Dream Jenny McRobert
By the sea communing with my dead great grandfather jenny pollak
Neptune’s Bells jenny pollak
My dear departed jenny pollak
Mitochondrial Jessica Traynor
Elizabeth and the Globe Jessica Traynor
The Sacred Book or Recycled Library Joan Phillip-Allan
Adagio Joan Renino
Glory Joan Renino
Tidbits Joe Ruane
The Minds Eye John D Kelly
Rien de Rien John D Kelly
Philoctete’s Wound John D Kelly
Not Alone on a Goat’s Path John D Kelly
The Collectors John FitzGerald
Cross-Country John FitzGerald
Luminosity John Murphy
Ebb Tide John Robinson
Bombers’ Drive to Dublin May 1974 John Walsh
The Interlopers John Wheway
A Fairy Tale John Wheway
Citoyens du Monde John Wheway
On Going to Watch a YouTube Video of Charles Bukowski and Being Forced to Sit Through an Advert for Fucking Saga Holidays Jonathan Pinnock
Lines from an Ape Jonathan Pinnock
Lorcan’s Reverie Joyce Sheehey
Drinking with my Dead Brother Judith Barrington
After Dusk Judith Barrington
UP AT NIGHT Judith Krause
1001 Voices Judith Sloan
on a still day Judith Taylor
Too old friends at the shore Julian Green
Poinsettia Julie Sheridan
Each Time Karen O’Connor
Blind Casting Karen O’Connor
My Father Karen O’Connor
A Walk in The Woods kate Ennals
Forty Shades of Fog Kathleen McCoy
The Chosen One Kathleen McCoy
Second day of spring Kathryn Lomer
You, Once Kathryn Phelan
Poolbeg Kathryn Phelan
Losing It Kathy Chan
Privaate Wasteland Katie Dickson
Plunder Katie Dickson
Riddling Insistence in an Original Voice Kevin Griffin
Death in the Afternoon Kevin Smith
The mystic crucifixion by Tintoretto Kim Garcia
Franco’s Lost Children Kimberly Burwick
That Which Is Wanting Kita Kita Shantiris
Consonants Kita Kita Shantiris
Beyond Fort Worth Kita Shantiris
Trevelyan’s Rhinoceros Kristina Blaine
It is as if the answer lies in the Ashes Laila Farnes
Rainstick Laila Farnes
The Cake Mixture Leah Larwood
Heart Foundation Liam Maloney
Tea, hands Liam Maloney
Solitude for Molly Liam Maloney
Mt. Fuji Linda Nemec Foster
Screen Shot Linda Norton
Reading to My Stepson Linwood Rumney
The Sign Said “Apples” Lisa Boone-Berry
Ireland and the economy of neighbours lisa Johnson
Concert Pianist on Desert Island Discs Lorna Liffen
True Angels Louise McKenna
Something else Lucy Maxwell Scott
Lobster Lucy Maxwell Scott
Early traces of artistic endeavour Lucy Maxwell Scott
LAST MINUTE Madelaine Nerson Mac Namara
Fisherman’s Wharf Maeve Kelly
A Romance Maggie Jackson
CHI Mago Wells
Leannán Sí Majella Kelly
Badger in a Bag Majella Kelly
Double Tap A Lifetime Majella Kelly
Rowan Woman Mandy Haggith
thistles Maresa Sheehan
To the Naked Eye Marie Cadden
Human Zoo, Female Wing, AD 3010 Marilyn Annucci
Childhood Marjorie Kennedy
Bowl Marjorie Kennedy
Transcendence Comes in Gigahertz Mark Fiddes
Come the Resolution Mark Fiddes
Blood Ties Mary Ann Hushlak
BEE Mary O’Brien
Markings, 2060 Mary O’Donnell
The Wigs Mary O’Donnell
Forest, Snow, A Train Mary O’Donnell
Under Blue Blankets Matt Miller
Dreaming Mum Maureen Cullen
Aspirations Maureen Harkin
Misadventure Michael Dooley
Anagnorisis Michael Dooley
The Monster’s Photograph Album Michael Swan
Names Michael Swan
For Echo, from Lander Ave. Michele Pizarro Harman
For Mopsus, from Hull Ave. Michele Pizarro Harman
For Cordelia, from Falcon Court Michele Pizarro Harman
What the Archaeologists Found Mil Norman-Risch
Gentle Visit Mo Rahimi
The Child Dreaming in a Poet’s House Molly Vogel
Come Home Mona Lydon-Rochelle
Holy Terror Mona Lydon-Rochelle
Epistle Natalee Dawson
Achilles Natalie Holborow
Sleeping Arrangements Natalya Anderson
Instead I’ll Peel Clementines Natalya Anderson
Bath Bubble Natalya Anderson
Portrait of a Lady Natasha Deonarain
Seven Days in St Lucia Nicholas Bowlby
Drowning Nicholas Bowlby
Shipwrecked Nicki Heinen
Melancholia Nicki Heinen
Itch Nicki Heinen
Casting for Sea Trout Noel King
Hedge Setter Noel King
Takis Noel Manning
Bloody Sunday Nora McGillen
pride comes before Norm Neill
homelessness Norm Neill
The Daisy Girls O’ Connell Claire
Full Moon at Monemvasia Olive Broderick
In Mary’s Garden on a Summer’s Evening Olivia Kenny McCarthy
ANNIVERSARY Patricia Mansfield Phelan
The Darkest Day Patrick Diarmuid Donnelly
Coming of Age Patrick Diarmuid Donnelly
Terrible Hair Patrick Sexton
A Village in Kosovo Paul Dolan
Paula Paula Brancato
Sand Castles in Gaza Pearse Murray
The Latin Tutorial Pearse Murray
Training Penny Ouvry
Diagnosis Penny Ouvry
Five Owls penny turner
Wasp and Peach Peter Flynn
Emery House Peter Kent
Waterstones Peter Kent
The Universe Within peter lindley
A Second Cappucino peter lindley
‘Translations through Grief’ Peter Mitchell
What is this thing called string? Peter Tonkin
Letter to Pope Philip Brady
‘Alone with his longing he lies down in his bed’ Philip Miller
Debris Rachael Smart
Into the You Beaut Country Ray Liversidge
Actaeon and Artemis Ray McNiece
Dear Saraswati Rebecca Gimblett
Three Hundred Words Richard Scarsbrook
Angels of Ashes Rob Davies
scenes form a gay life rob wallis
No hint of brogue Roger Vickery
Borderlands Roisin Kelly
Business Trip Ruth Coffey
Tessa at eighteen months S A Jones
six o’clock news samuel Burnside
You Can Never Go Home Sanda Ionescu
Four Swans sandra ireland
It is still January. Sandra McTurk
Prisoners of War: Dachau’s Song Sarah Conolly
Song of Gratitude Sarah Rice
Dogs of Ecuador Sarah Sleeper
Tongue/Fire/Eclipse/Groove Sarah Stern
Thank you very much Seth Insua
A Young Cartographer Seth Insua
The Sense of Lying Seth Insua
Conversations in Spain Seth Insua
Alone in a Crowd Seth Insua
Mandala Seth Insua
Matilda Seth Insua
The Mermen Seth Insua
A tear drop Seth Koen
Assignation Sharon Black
Backwash Sharon Foley
Ten Sharon Foley
Cumberland Farm Sharon Foley
War Sighle Meehan
Venus Simon Eastman
A Request for Color and Spice #3 Simon Peter Eggertsen
Boy With a Live Bearded Vulture, Kabul, 1973 Simone Littledale
Abu Dhabi Mums Sinead Ni hArgain
I return Sofia Buchuck
The Leopard Stephanie Scott
TRIP THE LIGHT Susan Muehlberg
Fall Equinox On Double Bluff Beach Suzannah Dalzell
The Path to Rodel Tarn Painter-MacArthur
Emptied of All but Wildness Tess Barry
The Galvanised Bucket Tim Carroll
The Railway Tom Moore
Red Bricked Fox Veronica Szczygiel
Grumpy Moon wayne cresser
Winter Blue Wende McCabe
Sweet Dreams Wiebo Grobler
The Water Pipes Will Martin-Smith
Of endless triumph Will Moorfoot
A Family More I Miss: The Boy William Fell-Holden
The Bhikkhu and the Body William Johnson
Space Invader Wilma Scharrer
The Masterpiece Yvonne Jackson
The Angels’ Share Zoe Green
GORGON Zoila Bergeron

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Fish Anthology 2023

Fish Anthology 2023

… a showcase of disquiet, tension, subversion and surprise …
so many skilled pieces … gem-like, compressed and glinting, little worlds in entirety that refracted life and ideas … What a joy!
– Sarah Hall

… memoirs pinpointing precise
feelings of loss and longing and desire.
– Sean Lusk

What a pleasure to watch these poets’ minds at work, guiding us this way and that.
– Billy Collins


Fish Anthology 2022

‘… delightful, lively send-up … A vivid imagination is at play here, and a fine frenzy is the result.’ – Billy Collins
‘… laying frames of scenic detail to compose a lyric collage … enticing … resonates compellingly. … explosive off-screen drama arises through subtly-selected detail. Sharp, clever, economical, tongue-in-cheek.’ – Tracey Slaughter

Fish Anthology 2021

Fish Anthology 2021

Brave stories of danger and heart and sincerity.
Some risk everything outright, some are desperately quiet, but their intensity lies in what is unsaid and off the page.
These are brilliant pieces from bright, new voices.
A thrill to read.
~ Emily Ruskovich

Fish Anthology 2020

Fish Anthology 2020

I could see great stretches of imagination. I saw experimentation. I saw novelty with voice and style. I saw sentences that embraced both meaning and music. ~ Colum McCann


Fish Anthology 2019

These glorious pieces have spun across the globe – pit-stopping in Japan, the Aussie outback, Vancouver, Paris, Amsterdam and our own Hibernian shores – traversing times past, present and imagined future as deftly as they mine the secret tunnels of the human heart. Enjoy the cavalcade. – Mia Gallagher

Fish Anthology 2019

Fish Anthology 2018

The standard is high, in terms of the emotional impact these writers managed to wring from just a few pages. – Billy O’Callaghan

Loop-de-loopy, fizz, and dazzle … unique and compelling—compressed, expansive, and surprising. – Sherrie Flick

Every page oozes with a sense of place and time. – Marti Leimbach

Energetic, dense with detail … engages us in the act of seeing, reminds us that attention is itself a form of praise. – Ellen Bass

Fish Anthology 2017

Fish Anthology 2017

Dead Souls has the magic surplus of meaning that characterises fine examples of the form – Neel Mukherjee
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Remarkable – Jo Shapcott


Fish Anthology 2016

The practitioners of the art of brevity and super-brevity whose work is in this book have mastered the skills and distilled and double-distilled their work like the finest whiskey.

Sunrise Sunset by Tina Pisco

Sunrise Sunset

€12  (incl. p&p)   Sunrise Sunset by Tina Pisco Read Irish Times review by Claire Looby Surreal, sad, zany, funny, Tina Pisco’s stories are drawn from gritty experience as much as the swirling clouds of the imagination.  An astute, empathetic, sometimes savage observer, she brings her characters to life. They dance themselves onto the pages, […]

Fish Anthology 2015

Fish Anthology 2015

How do we transform personal experience of pain into literature? How do we create and then chisel away at those images of others, of loss, of suffering, of unspeakable helplessness so that they become works of art that aim for a shared humanity? The pieces selected here seem to prompt all these questions and the best of them offer some great answers.
– Carmen Bugan.

Fish Anthology 2014

Fish Anthology 2014

What a high standard all round – of craft, imagination and originality: and what a wide range of feeling and vision.
Ruth Padel

I was struck by how funny many of the stories are, several of them joyously so – they are madcap and eccentric and great fun. Others – despite restrained and elegant prose – managed to be devastating. All of them are the work of writers with talent.
Claire Kilroy

Fish Anthology 2013

Fish Anthology 2013

The writing comes first, the bottom line comes last. And sandwiched between is an eye for the innovative, the inventive and the extraordinary.


Fish Anthology 2012

A new collection from around the globe: innovative, exciting, invigorating work from the writers and poets who will be making waves for some time to come. David Mitchell, Michael Collins, David Shields and Billy Collins selected the stories, flash fiction, memoirs and poems in this anthology.


Fish Anthology 2011

Reading the one page stories I was a little dazzled, and disappointed that I couldn’t give the prize to everybody. It’s such a tight format, every word must count, every punctuation mark. ‘The Long Wet Grass’ is a masterly bit of story telling … I still can’t get it out of my mind.
– Chris Stewart


Fish Anthology 2010

The perfectly achieved story transcends the limitations of space with profundity and insight. What I look for in fiction, of whatever length, is authenticity and intensity of feeling. I demand to be moved, to be transported, to be introduced into other lives. The stories I have selected for this anthology have managed this. – Ronan Bennett, Short Story Judge.


Fish Anthology 2009 – Ten Pint Ted

I sing those who are published here – they have done a very fine job. It is difficult to create from dust, which is what writers do. It is an honour to have read your work. – Colum McCann


Fish Anthology 2008 – Harlem River Blues

The entries into this year’s Fish Short Story Prize were universally strong. From these the judges have selected winners, we believe, of exceptional virtue. – Carlo Gebler


Fish Anthology 2007

I was amazed and delighted at the range and quality of these stories. Every one of them was interesting, well-written, beautifully crafted and, as a short-story must, every one of them focused my attention on that very curtailed tableau which a short-story necessarily sets before us. – Michael Collins


Fish Anthology 2006 – Grandmother, Girl, Wolf and Other Stories

These stories voice all that is vibrant about the form. – Gerard Donovan. Very short stories pack a poetic punch. Each of these holds its own surprise, or two. Dive into these seemingly small worlds. You’ll come up anew. – Angela Jane Fountas


All the King’s Horses – Anthology of Historical Short Stories

Each of the pieces here has been chosen for its excellence. They are a delightfully varied assortment. More than usual for an anthology, this is a compendium of all the different ways that fiction can succeed. I invite you to turn to ‘All the King’s Horses’. The past is here. Begin.
– Michel Faber


Fish Anthology 2005 – The Mountains of Mars and Other Stories

Literary anthologies, especially of new work, act as a kind of indicator to a society’s concerns. This Short Story collection, such a sharp and useful enterprise, goes beyond that. Its internationality demonstrates how our concerns are held in common across the globe. – Frank Delaney


Fish Anthology 2004 – Spoonface and Other Stories

From the daily routine of a career in ‘Spoonface’, to the powerful, recurring image of a freezer in ‘Shadow Lives’. It was the remarkable focus on the ordinary that made these Fish short stories such a pleasure to read. – Hugo Hamilton


Feathers & Cigarettes

In a world where twenty screens of bullshit seem to be revolving without respite … there is nothing that can surpass the ‘explosion of art’ and its obstinate insistence on making sense of things. These dedicated scribes, as though some secret society, heroically, humbly, are espousing a noble cause.
– Pat McCabe


Franklin’s Grace

It’s supposed to be a short form, the good story, but it has about it a largeness I love. There is something to admire in all these tales, these strange, insistent invention. They take place in a rich and satisfying mixture of places, countries of the mind and heart. – Christopher Hope


Asylum 1928

There are fine stories in this new anthology, some small and intimate, some reaching out through the personal for a wider, more universal perspective, wishing to tell a story – grand, simple, complex or everyday, wishing to engage you the reader. – Kate O’Riodan


Five O’Clock Shadow

I feel like issuing a health warning with this Fish Anthology ­ these stories may seriously damage your outlook – Here the writers view the world in their unique way, and have the imagination, talent, and the courage to refine it into that most surprising of all art forms ­ the short story. – Clem Cairns.


From the Bering Strait

Every story in this book makes its own original way in the world. knowing which are the telling moments, and showing them to us. And as the narrator of the winning story casually remarks, ‘Sometimes its the small things that amaze me’ – Molly McCloskey


Scrap Magic

The stories here possess the difference, the quirkiness and the spark. They follow their own road and their own ideas their own way. It is a valuable quality which makes this collection a varied one. Read it, I hope you say to yourself like I did on many occasions, ‘That’s deadly. How did they think of that?’ – Eamonn Sweeney


Dog Day

Really good short stories like these, don’t read like they were written. They read like they simply grew on the page. – Joseph O’Connor


The Stranger

The writers in this collection can write short stories . . . their quality is the only thing they have in common. – Roddy Doyle


The Fish Garden

This is the first volume of short stories from Ireland’s newest publishing house. We are proud that fish has enabled 15 budding new writers be published in this anthology, and I look forward to seeing many of them in print again.


12 Miles Out – a novel by Nick Wright

12 Miles Out was selected by David Mitchell as the winner of the Fish Unpublished Novel Award.
A love story, thriller and historical novel; funny and sad, uplifting and enlightening.


Altergeist – a novel by Tim Booth

You only know who you can’t trust. You can’t trust the law, because there’s none in New Ireland. You can’t trust the Church, because they think they’re the law. And you can’t trust the State, because they think they’re the Church And most of all, you can’t trust your friends, because you can’t remember who they were anymore.


Small City Blues numbers 1 to 51 – a novel by Martin Kelleher

A memoir of urban life, chronicled through its central character, Mackey. From momentary reflections to stories about his break with childhood and adolescence, the early introduction to the Big World, the discovery of romance and then love, the powerlessness of ordinary people, the weaknesses that end in disappointment and the strengths that help them seek redemption and belonging.


The Woman Who Swallowed the Book of Kells – Collection of Short Stories by Ian Wild

Ian Wild’s stories mix Monty Python with Hammer Horror, and the Beatles with Shakespeare, but his anarchic style and sense of humour remain very much his own in this collection of tall tales from another planet. Where else would you find vengeful organs, the inside story of Eleanor Rigby, mobile moustaches, and Vikings looting a Cork City branch of Abracababra?


News & Articles

Poetry Prize 2024: Results

15th May 2024
  Winners Short-list Long-list     Here are the winners of the Fish Poetry Prize 2024, selected by Billy Collins, to be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. Below you will find short biographies of the winners and the Long and Short Lists. From all of us at Fish we congratulate the poets whose poems […]

Short Story Prize 2023/24: RESULTS

10th April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   On behalf of all of us at Fish, congratulations to all of you who made the long and the short-lists.  Apologies for the delay in this announcement. The 10 winners will be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. The launch will be during the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Ireland – […]

Flash Fiction Prize 2024: RESULTS

10th April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   From all of us at Fish, thank you for entering your flashes. Congratulations to the writers who  were short or long-listed, and in particular to the 11 winners whose flash stories will be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. The launch will be during the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Ireland […]

Short Memoir Prize 2024: RESULTS

1st April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   On behalf of all of us at Fish, we congratulate the 10 winners who’s memoir made it into the Fish Anthology 2024 (due to be launched in July ’24 at the West Cork Literary Festival), and to those writers who made the long and short-lists, well done too.  Thank you to Sean […]

Launch of the Fish Anthology 2023

12th July 2023
Tuesday 11th July saw the launch of the 2023 Anthology in the Maritime Hotel, Bantry. Nineteen of the fourty authors published in the anthology were there to read from their piece, travelling from Australia, USA and from all corners of Europe.             Read about the Anthology More photos of the […]

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