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Theatre, Audio, Film and Fiction
Consumed as in Obsessed
A weird fiction horror story exploring denial, stagnation and the fear of change. Featured in Uncertainties 6, from the Swan River Press strange tales anthology series, edited by Brian J. Showers.
A short film, finalist for the 2023 Kerry Film Short Film bursary, official selection of the Liverpool Indie Awards 2023, semi-finalist for the Waterford International Film Festival, finalist in the Kerry International Film Festival script competition.
Lament of the Last Wolf of Ossory
A speculative fiction story melding myth and magical realism in contemporary Ireland. Featured in Neon Hemlock's Opulent Syntax, an Irish Speculative Fiction anthology edited by Don Duncan and dave ring.
A short film, finalist in the Kerry International Film Festival screenwriting competition, finalist for the 2022 Kerry Short Film bursary, longlisted in the UK Film Festival Script Competition, semi-finalist in the 2022 Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards and a finalist for the 2022 Ardán/RTÉ Short Film Commission.
Saint Sisters and the Sea
A short film, semi-finalist for the Waterford Film Festival and the Kerry International Film Festival screenwriting competitions, and runner-up in the 2023 Catalyst International Film Festival Short Screenplay Award.
And Tomorrow I'll Dance With You
Shortlisted for The Women's Playwriting Prize, staged as part of The New Theatre's New Writing Development Week and chosen as a 2022 Druid Debut for the Galway International Arts Festival.
Dead Man's Bells
Won eight awards in the All-Ireland One-Act Finals, awarded the DCLI/ACDI Playwriting Award, staged at Milwaukee Irish Fest, showcasing contemporary Irish writing, winner of the Best Play award at Wicklow ICA Drama Festival.
A unique online publication, curated by Fallow Media and commissioned by Solas Nua, celebrating contemporary Irish literature at its most adventurous., featuring a republishing and audio reading of Saint Sisters and the Sea.
Devoured Stars Over Dublin
A speculative fiction horror melding the effects of colonialism on Ireland's geography, culture and language with Lovecraftian monsters. Published in Giganotosaurus and featured in Maria Haskin's Recommended SFF Fiction Reading List for 2020.
In Madness and in Feathers
A retelling of the tale of Mad Sweeney, melding contemporary events with magical realism. Finalist for the RTÉ Francis MacManus Short Story Award and read on RTÉ Radio 1 by Jane Brennan.
A short story retelling the myth of Cas Corach and the daughters of Airitech. Finalist for the Celtic Mythology Short Story Competition and published in Irish Imbas: Celtic Mythology Collection.
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