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Tue, 02 Aug



Lime Square Poets Launch: The Songs I Sing Are Sisters

Join us on Zoom to launch The Songs I Sing are Sisters by Cáit O'Neill McCullagh and Sinéad McClure!

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Lime Square Poets Launch: The Songs I Sing Are Sisters
Lime Square Poets Launch: The Songs I Sing Are Sisters

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02 Aug 2022, 19:30 – 20:45 IST



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Join us on Zoom for the launch of The Songs I Sing Are Sisters, a poetry collection by Cáit O'Neill McCullagh and Sinéad McClure!

Cáit  O'Neill McCullagh  started writing poetry in December 2020. Since then her poems have been  published in print and online including in Northwords Now, The Poets  Republic, Poetry Scotland, The Banyan Review, Drawn to the Light Press,  Visual Verse: An Anthology of Art and Words, Spilling Cocoa Over Martin  Amis, and Lothlorien Poetry Journal. She has also had poems commissioned  for North Antrim’s Pub Poetry Network’s ‘This is the World’ exhibition  and Crowvus’ Scottish Book Week ‘Poetry in the High Street ‘ exhibition,  both in 2021.

A  joint winner of the Boyne Berries Poetry Day Ireland Instapoem  competition 2021, this year Cáit had two poems longlisted for Galway’s  Cúirt International Festival of Literature ‘Poems for Patience’  competition and was also longlisted for the Scottish Poetry Library’s  ‘Roddy Lumsden Memorial Mentorship Programme’. She has work forthcoming  in Dreich’s ‘The Edge of All Storms’ Anthology, the ‘Not the time to be  silent’ Anthology, and in the inaugural issues of Howl and The Storms.  She is committed to nurturing fellow writers as a co-director of The Wee  Gaitherin ‘Scotland’s most democratic poetry Festival’, and as a  trustee of Moniack Mhor Creative Writing Centre. Recently she has  embarked on a collaboration with ceramic artist Rachel Ho, exploring  fresh readings of her poem ‘Birth’, and is working on a new small  collection invited for consideration by a small independent publisher.  See

Sinéad  McClure's poetry and prose have appeared online, in print and on radio,  including The Stinging Fly, Crossways Literary Magazine, Meat for  Tea—The Valley Review, Live Encounters—Poetry & Writing, Poethead,  Drawn to the Light Press, Vox Galvia, The Cormorant Broadsheet, Dodging  the Rain, A New Ulster, StepAway Magazine, Ink Sweat & Tears, The  Ekphrastic Review and RTEjr radio.

Sinéad won the 2022 Cathal Bui Poetry Competition and the O Bhéal Five  Words International Poetry Prize in 2021. She has work forthcoming in  Howl Magazine, The Poetry Bus, Southword, and the Not the time to be  silent anthology.  She is the 2022 winner of the Roscommon Chapbook  Award and her chapbook The Word According to Crow will be published in  late Autumn 2022.

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