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She worked with James Cavell the author and with James Beard as his CTV show in the 1960�s. I think the poet who didn't feel the pressure at a politically difficult time would be either stupid or insensitive. She has read her work widely at events such as Cúirt and as a featured reader at the Over the Edge reading series in Galway, the Temple House Festival, Testify, Electric Picnic, O Bheal and at the Irish Writers’ Centre, she was an invited guest at the 2011 Vilenica Festival of Literature in Slovenia and in Spring 2012 her poem “I Crept Out” received second prize in the Ballymaloe International Poetry Competition.

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