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Colette OlneyColette Olney’s poems have appeared in Best Irish Poetry in English (2010), Cyphers, Poetry Ireland Review, The Irish Times, The Stony Thursday Book, Podium IV (Kerry Arts) and The Long View.  Shortlisted at Strokestown Poetry Festival, winner of the International Davoren Hanna Poetry Prize and a contributor to RTE’s Sunday Miscellany (essays in the 2008-2011 anthology), she also works periodically as a tutor with creative writers for Adult and Continuing Education at University College Cork. Now living in Cork, Crosshaven-born Colette has lived in Ballyvourney and Bandon. In 2003, she was described by the Irish Times as “a relatively unknown Irish poet” – a characterization she relishes even while continuing to write and reading poets such as Jim Harrison, Wislawa Symborkska, Patricia Fargnoli, U.A. Fanthorpe, Ted Kooser, W.S Merwin, Vijay Sashedri & Robert Hass.


 

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