Do Not Touch was nominated for the 2020 Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry
Sandra Ann Winters launched her second full-length poetry collection Do Not Touch, published by Salmon Poetry, at the 2020 AWP Conference and bookfair in San Antonio, TX, on 5 March 2020. Salmon poets celebrated at a reception on Friday evening 6 March 2020. Here are the complete audio files of Salmon poets reading at the event.
The Deep Heart’s Core: Irish Poets Revisit a Touchstone Poem
Read “Hats Off” note on the North Carolina Writers’ Network website
Read “Hats Off!” note on NCWN website
Congratulations to my publisher, Salmon Poetry, which has been shortlisted by the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) for the 2015 AWP Best Small Publisher Award!
On Friday, 22nd November at 6pm St. Luke’s Church, St Luke’s Cross, the Gathering edition of the Cork Literary Review, edited by Mr Eugene O’ Connell will be launched. Celebrating its 15th edition this year, and featuring a forward by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, the Cork Literary Review features the work of some of the most well established Irish poets from around the world.
A selection of Review contributors will read on the night including William Wall, Mary Noonan, Gerry Murphy and special guest Sandra Ann Winters (erstwhile winner of the Gregory O’Donoghue Prize). Ms. Winters writes and teaches Irish Literature in the US and will also perform a reading from her new chapbook Calving Under the Moon.
Tim O’Leary, friend and fellow musician of the late Tomás Ó Canainn, will pay tribute to the writer and musician who was a great friend of Tigh Filí and whose work featured regularly in the Review since its inception.