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MÜESSER YENİAY was born in İzmir, 1984; she graduated from Ege University, with a degree in English Language and Literature. She took her M.A on Turkish Literature at Bilkent University. She has won several prizes in Turkey including Yunus Emre…

The short biographies of contemporary women poets who are living, have lived, or who are currently practicing in Ireland. I began collating this page and an index of contemporary Irish women poets due to high search engine demands for their work. A…

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Poethead was established in 2008. The site was conceived and planned as a woman-friendly publishing platform that prioritises women poets, their translators, and their editors. This space has been open to beginning and established poets regardless of…

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  A Kira A Fizza Abbas Shanta Acharya Aishling Alanna Heffernan Anna Akhmatova I Anna Akhmatova II Anna Akhmatova III Gülten Akın Chris Allen I Chris Allen II Dvora Amir Lisa Ardill Arathy Asok Margaret Atwood Candi V. Auchterlonie I Candi V.…

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Chris Murray is a graduate of Art History and English Literature at UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy. She qualified and worked as a conservation stone cutter with the Office of Public Works/Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland, in…

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The writer Máire Dinny Wren is from Gaoth Dobhair in Co. Donegal. She writes poetry and short stories. Coiscéim published her first collection of poetry, Ó Bhile go Bile, in 2011. Éabhlóid published her collection of short stories, Go mbeinnse…

Catriona Crowe – "Testimony to a Flowering",  The Dublin Review, Issue 10, Spring 2003 Online URL: https://thedublinreview.com/article/testimony-to-a-flowering/*Kathy D'Arcy - "A Meditation on Ireland, Women, Poetry And Subversion", The Honest…

Hannah Weiner: Code Poems from The International Code of Signals for the Use of All Nations (1982) "Riot" by Gwendolyn Brooks, Eclipse Archive, Online URL http://eclipsearchive.org/projects/RIOT/Riot.pdf H.D: Heliodora and Other Poems ISSUU H.D:…

Alice Oswald – The Art of Erosion, University of Oxford Podcasts, 09/12/2019, Online URL, https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/art-erosionAlice Oswald – Interview with Water, University of Oxford Podcasts, 08/07/2020, Online URL,…

Christine Elizabeth Murray is an Irish poet and feminist who works to improve the visibility of women writers. She graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in Art History and English Literature. She qualified as a stone cutter and has…

An index of women poets published on Poethead 2008-2021 A Kira A Fizza Abbas Shanta Acharya Aishling Alanna Heffernan Anna Akhmatova I Anna Akhmatova II Anna Akhmatova III Gülten Akın Chris Allen I Chris Allen II Dvora Amir Lisa Ardill Arathy…

Shakila Azizzada is a poet from Afghanistan who writes in Dari. Shakila Azizzada was born in Kabul in Afghanistan in 1964. During her middle school and university years in Kabul, she started writing stories and poems, many of which were published in…

"Now I am a Tower of Darkness", "The Welcome", "The Woman with Child", by Freda Laughton (1907- 1995) published online, Poethead, 27/09/2014Online URL:…

Antonella  Zagaroli is a Roman poet living in San Quirico d'Orcia and a graduate of Modern Languages and Literature from the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy at the Sapienza University in Rome. Her professional career has followed two distinct paths…

Doireann Ní Ghríofa is a bilingual writer working both in Irish and English. Among her awards are the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, the Michael Hartnett Prize, and the Ireland Chair of Poetry bursary. She frequently participates in…

Doris Lessing, in full Doris May Lessing, original name Doris May Tayler, (born October 22, 1919, Kermānshāh, Persia [now Iran]—died November 17, 2013, London, England), British writer whose novels and short stories are largely concerned with people…

Gülten Akın (1933 – 2015) Gülten Akın was born in Yozgat in 1933. She studied law at Ankara University and worked as a lawyer and teacher for many years in various parts of Anatolia where she traveled with her husband and children. One of the…

Poethead Publication date 14/10/2017 (Online)
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About the ProjectTumblrDelicate at HiRISELink to the image accompanying "Delicate" at HiRISE https://poethead.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/tumblr_o4ruyvivrt1rlz4gso1_12802.jpg?w=840&h=560&crop=1An Excerpt from "Delicate" at MarsPoetica…

The Eye Itself is a Lily - by Ileana Mãlãncioiu from "After the Raising of Lazarus", translated by Dr. Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin. (Southword Editions, 2005)Single poem translation of The Eye Itself is a Lily - by Ileana Mãlãncioiu, published Poethead…
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