Publications by Christine Murray

Poetry Chapbooks and Books

 

Three Red Things was published by Smithereens Press in June 2013. A collection of poems Cycles was published by Lapwing Press in Autumn 2013. A dark tale The Blind was published by Oneiros Books late in 2013. A second book-length poem She was published in Spring 2014 (Oneiros Books). A chapbook Signature was published in March 2014 by Bone Orchard Press. And Agamemnon Dead (An Anthology of Early Twenty First Century Irish Poetry Edited by Peter O’Neill & Walter Ruhlmann) was published in 2015.

 

 

Publications in Poetry Journals

My poetry has been published in The Southword Journal, Crannóg Magazine, A New Ulster Magazine, Caper Literary Journal, Ditch Poetry, Bone Orchard Poetry, Levure littéraire, The Galway Review, Deep Water Literary Journal, WomenArts Quarterly Journal, and translated for Recours au Poème (fr). A poem for three voices Lament, was performed at the Béal Festival in 2012 and later reprised for a reading in Ó Bhéal, Cork.

I have written about and reviewed poetry for Post III (Mater Dei Institute), Writing.ie, Salmon Poetry, VIDA! Women in the Literary Arts, and Poetry Ireland. These articles, are in the main uploaded to my Academia.edu account.


Christine Murray is a City and Guilds qualified restoration stone cutter. Her poetry is published in a variety of print and online publications, including The Southword Journal, Crannóg Magazine, A New Ulster Magazine, Caper Literary Journal, Ditch Poetry, Bone Orchard Poetry, Levure littéraire, and Recours au Poème. Her poem for three voices, Lament, was performed at the Béal Festival in 2012.


My profile at Irish Writers Online
My Academia.edu Account.

 

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