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Are you a new writer? Become an Emerging Writer Member of writing.ie and show our visitors who you are and what you can do. As well as other writers, our visitors include publishing industry professionals, editors and agents. List your own blog or website and benefit from back-links from Ireland's leading writing resources website. Post your successes, thoughts and writing queries in our member blog.

Imelda Conway-Duffy

I am a mother and grandmother, freelance writer, artist and documentary film-maker. In a previous life, I held a variety of administrative roles, from estate management to banking. On qualifying as a psychotherapist in 1996, I designed and delivered workshops and presentations in stress management and my training in stress management helped me in facilitating programmes for people with learning difficulties and delivering workshops in therapeutic writing. In recent years...

Ita Roche

I’m 51 and amazed at the changes in technology and the writing world. I have been writing since I first figured out what a pencil was for - and an graphic pencil and copy is still how I write the frame of my stories. My love of scribbling my thoughts in copies stems from more than just my creative side being stimulated by the days of Black Beauty and Little...

J.C Lynch

Sometimes things get weird. Then they take a turn for the worst, down a strange road. After about 3 miles of that bizarre sets in. That's my brain.


James Rogers

Originally from Mohill, Co. Leitrim, I now live in New York. Most recently, my short story, "Maguire's Hardware & Grocery," was published by the Texas-based journal, The First Line. In 2016 I won the Leitrim Guardian's M J MacManus award for "The Ball."


Jay Bee


Hello. My name is John. I have been many things through the years, student, barman, line worker, sales manager, bar manager, stand-up comedian (for a stint), business development manager, designer (graphic) but what I have been throughout all of these things, is haunted. I left school shortly after the abacus lost its place (or so it feels) with a dream of being a writer but between points and lifes cruel...

Jenny Hickman

There are stories in my head and the only way to set them free is to write them down. I have self-published three novels over my ten-year writing career. Originally from the states, I was fortunate enough to study abroad in 2005 and fall in love with an Irishman. We currently live in Tipperary with our offspring.

John Clifford

At present, I mainly concentrate on professional CV and Writing Services all over Ireland. Though much of my business comes from Dublin, I write and prepare CV's for jobseekers all over Ireland. CV preparation, though not creative in an artistic sense, does take time and effort to bring it into the NEXT LEVEL. If people are paying for professional CV or Resume Writing Services , they expect a unique service...


John Howell


When I was fifty eight years old and with my sixtieth birthday on the horizon I decided to write a blog. The blog challenged me to do sixty things before reaching the age of sixty. and it rekindled my love of writing. I have self published a collection of short stories and poetry.