Sarah Clancy (Ireland), read the 2019 John Hewitt Society International Summer School in Armagh, alongside Kerry Hardie.
Sarah Clancy lives in Galway with her partner Anne. She has been placed or shortlisted in several of Ireland’s most prestigious written poetry competitions including The Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize, The Patrick Kavanagh Award and The Listowel Collection of Poetry Competition. Along with fellow Galway poet Elaine Feeney she released a poetry CD called Cinderella Backwards in 2013. Also in 2013, she received an individual artist's bursary from Galway City Council.
As a performance poet, Sarah has won the Cuirt International Festival of Literature Grand Slam Championships and has twice been runner up in the North Beach Nights Grand Slam. She has three poetry publications: Stacey and the Mechanical Bull (Lapwing Press, 2011), Thanks for Nothing, Hippies (Salmon, 2012) and The Truth and Other Stories, (Salmon, 2014).
She has a MA in Public Advocacy and Activism, and diplomas in European Human Rights Law and Community Development Practice. She is also a much-admired political activist and commentator.
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