Red Dirt – June 2016 – published by Head of Zeus

Selected Works

Short story ‘Storms’ (Scissors and Spackle) – bit.ly/1csK7e1

Short story ‘The Evening Donal Broke His Arm’ (The Bohemyth) – bit.ly/1pdmqHV

Non fiction ‘My Writing Process’ (Tasmanian Travels) – bit.ly/18ozmUy

Short story ‘Arcs’ (Roadside Fiction) – bit.ly/1cGPKEB

Poem ‘Resurrection 2012’ (Bare Hands) – bit.ly/18ozpzw

Flash fiction ‘Half Lights’ (3:AM Magazine) – 3ammagazine.com/3am/half-lights/


Recordings for podcasts.ie – podcasts.ie/2012/03/em-reapy/

Short Fiction Publications include:

The Opposite of a Movie Star – May 2016 – Hennessy New Irish Writing in The Irish Times (Short Story)

Gustavo – September 2015 – The Long Gaze Back: An Anthology of Irish Women Writers published by New Island (Short Story)

Graduation – April 2015 – ROPES 2015 (Short Story)

Film Stars – December 2014 – 100 Words, 100 Books published by O’Brien Press/RTÉ The Book Show (Flash Fiction)

The Evening Donal Broke His Arm – March 2014 – The Bohemyth (Short Story)

Pills & Goon – February 2014- Literary Orphans (Short Story)

Maths – Sept 2013 – RTE Arena’s New Cabaret edited by Dave Lordan (Flash Fiction)

Moonbathing – August 2013 – And Other Poems (Poem)

Spurned – March 2013 – The South Circular (Short Story)

Boghole – January 2013 – Under- 30.org (Short Story)

They Say – May 2012 – Raging Aardvark Press (Short Story)

Fleas, The King – March 2012, wordlegs presents: 30 Under 30 (Short Story)

Lunker – March 2012 – Indigo Rising UK (Short Story)

Storms – Oct 2011 – Scissors and Spackle, Californian based journal (Short Story) – Nominated for Pushcart Prize 2012


New Zealand Travelogue – Fortnightly in The Western People Newspaper

My Writing Process – May 2012 – Tasmanian Travels

Script Credits

Lunching – short animated movie in production with Barley Films – June 2011


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