​On relinquishment, ruins, mischief, and Shame with a capital S ~ The Paris Review

​On thwarting tangles and writing as “mystery service”​ ~ ​Poets and Writers Magazine 

On raffles, recitations, GAA, and slips on frozen rooftops ~ Second Captains 

On discipline, pot-scrubbing, and poetry as a flooding ~ Preview of 'The Works' TV Profile 

On grief, car-boot sales, sneaking dictionaries into maternity hospitals, and attempting to drench language ~ The Sunday Times

"Tá súil agam go mbeidh taibhse Eibhlín Dubh liom i gconaí" ~ TG4

On rooftop-writing, wise advice, and translation as a drunken knife fight ~
The Arts Council of Ireland

On ghosts, obliteration, distance, and writing the self ~ a conversation with Megan Nolan

On oocytes, ‘choreographing the reader’s breath’, layers of skin and Dr Seuss ~ with Dr. Adam Hanna of The School of English, UCC 

On lust, sneaking others in the back door, feeling lucky, and the Violent Femmes ~ The Mystery Train with John Kelly

"Bean ghlúine atá ionam ar shlí, agus mé ag iarraidh dán nua a shaolú. Ní smaoiníonn an bhean ghlúine ach ar an gcúram atá roimpi." ~ As an Nua

On cherished books, and on teaching oneself to write ~ Shelf Analysis 
Photo: Bríd O'Donovan

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