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My name is Pippa Slattery and I am a well-known holistic therapist, shamanic practitioner and seer. Having raised my wonderful family of two daughters and a son, I am now concentrating on my writing career. I have five books in my head, that simply won't let me rest until they are on paper and a few short stories already written. My current novel that I an working on is an...
Rachael started writing short stories because she did a Creative Writing Course on a whim. She is firmly outside her comfort zone but, strangely, enjoying it! When she isn’t writing (which usually means staring at a computer screen), she tolerates working to earn money and dreams of living a life free to pursue her dreams, once she figures out what they are. She has a cat.
I'm an aspiring writer from Dublin with a Masters in Creative Writing, and not sure what to do with it. I write about whatever comes into my head, but would ultimately love to write in the mystery/thriller genre. Although I do love a good re-write of a fairy tale.
Ray Keane Author
I'm a self published author of 3 crime fiction novels and a new thriller. They were all limited edition books and sold out in the bookstores nationwide! 2014-ON THE ROCKS 2015-THE DEALERSHIP 2016 - THE BOYS IN BLUE 2017-THE MAN FROM MONTE CARLOW I'm looking for a Literary agent/Publisher! Ray
Full-time mum, part-time writer. Wait, doesn't that make me one and a half people...? I've written one and a half Young Adult novels and a children's picture book and am currently editing one of my novels. I graduated in 2016 from the Open University with a First in English, and am now working towards an MA in Literary Linguistics with the University of Nottingham.
My name is Robert Mclysaght, I live in County Meath with my wife and two wonderful daughters, I am a profesional horticulturist and run my own plant nursery(any budding or even seasoned gardeners take note) I've been writing seriously for about two years but I've been telling tall tales and making up adventure stories as long as I can remember. I started to write the stories down after a visit...
Ruairí de Barra
Ruairí de Barra hails from the wilds of Tawneyshane, Co. Mayo and now resides in Cobh, Co. Cork. An award-winning military journalist, he regularly contributes articles on maritime, military, historical and international subjects to many publications and he is a regular contributor to ‘An Cosantóir’, the Irish Defence Forces magazine A sailor with over two decades of service with an tSeirbhís Chabhlaigh & Óglaigh na hÉireann, he has been twice...
I am a writer from the inside out. It grew in me and came out organically. I remember having one of my essays read out in class once, when I was in secondary school. I remember thinking...maybe? Years later, when I was working as an academic, my writer's spirit forced its way out of me. I've been writing ever since.
Sarah Louise Cleary
My name is Sarah Louise Cleary, I have a BA and MA in Philosophy from University College Dublin, and am bilingual English/Norwegian. I have written articles for themighty.com (https://themighty.com/u/sarah-cleary/) and for Nerve Tumours UK, as I have a condition called Neurofibromatosis type 2. I am currently working on a project with my sister, who is a trained illustrator.
Scott De Buitléir
Scott De Buitléir (1988-) was born in London and raised in Dublin. He studied Celtic languages at University College Dublin, and writes fiction, non-fiction, and poetry in both Irish and English. In 2017, Scott published his début poetry collection, Fás | Growth, covering a decade of writing. He has since published two non-fiction books: The Irish Outlander, which examines how the Irish abroad consider the meaning of 'home', and Yesterdates,...