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Mary Madec in Southword Journal

Mary Madec was born and raised in Mayo, Ireland. She has published in Crannóg, West 47, The Cuirt Annual, Poetry Ireland Review, the SHOp, The Sunday Tribune, Southword, Iota, Cyphers, Nth Position, Natural Bridge (University of St Louis, Missouri) and The Stand (University of Leeds, forthcoming); The Fox Chase Review (January 2011, Philadelphia) and in the anthology, Dogs Singing (Salmon Poetry, December 2010). In Spring 2007 she was chosen for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series and for the WINDOWS Showcase Readings and Anthology. In 2008 she won the Hennessy XO Award for Emerging Poetry. Her first collection, In Other Words, was published by Salmon Poetry in May 2010. With her husband, Claude Madec she started up a community-writing project, Away with Words, now in its fourth year. This year she was the recipient of an Arts Council grant to work with Cork artist Aideen Barry on a book and DVD, Jessica Casey & Other Works which was showcased at Cúirt 2012 and published by Salmon Poetry.

 

 

 

 

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