Fragments (Bluefoot Press) Hardback December 2019

Fragments (Bluefoot Press), a collection of poetry, quotes and photographs, was published by a new independent press, Bluefoot Press, on 5 December 2019 in Alan Hanna’s bookshop in Rathmines, Dublin. The design was by Eoin Flynn. A donation of €700 was made from the proceeds to the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Research Foundation, Dublin into a fund for researching eye diseases. Fragments is on sale in Alan Hanna’s bookshop in Rathmines and online at https://www.alanhannas.com/shopexd.asp?id=719178


The Frayed Heart (Fiery Arrow Press) Paperback December 2018

The Frayed Heart (Fiery Arrow Press) was designed by Eoin Flynn, edited by Eileen Casey and published by Fiery Arrow Press, and was on sale at Alan Hanna’s bookshop in Rathmines.

Praise for The Frayed Heart from Theo Dorgan. “To track the robust vicissitudes of love and loss in a form delicate as the haiku is to court considerable risk. That these poems win convincingly through to hope is a testament as much to the craft skills of the poet as to her fine sensibility and her faith in the resilience of the heart.”



  • “Reflections” was published in The Lea-Green Down ( Fiery Arrow Press) 2018.
  • “Transported” was published in Circle & Square ( Fiery Arrow Press), edited by Eileen Casey, published by Fiery Arrow Press 2015.
  • “Did Nora have to die?” was published in WOMb: Celebrating Mothers ( By Me Poetry).


Journals & Narrowsheets


Art-related Projects

  • Organised an event with Eoin Flynn to celebrate Poetry Day Ireland 2020 with Alan Hanna’s bookshop. ‘Murmuration‘ 
  • Haiku about Ulysses included in installation by Nickie Hayden at The Olivier Cornet Gallery in 2018 and in the James Joyce Centre in 2019 to celebrate Bloomsday.
  • ‘The Reflective Eye‘ and ‘Chroma‘ written and recorded as part of the Poetry Day Ireland 2019 LabelLit project, run by Maria McManus. Poems are on Soundcloud.
  • Organised an event to celebrate Poetry Day Ireland 2019 with Olivier Cornet in the Olivier Cornet Gallery in response to the exhibition ‘An Altered Land” by David Fox. Poem ‘Cutting through Green’