About

You see we cannot stay home all our lives. We must present ourselves to the world and see it as an adventure.  Beatrix Potter.

Eithne Reynolds is a published writer living in Dublin.

I love the world of creative writing and make-believe. I write fiction, poetry, memoir and just about all kinds of everything. When  I heard the above quote in the film Miss Potter I thought it was the most liberating quotation I had ever heard. I term my blog as Travel because I like to send my writing out into the world and see how far it  travels.  Et

Awards:

Gold Medal Winner NY Literary Magazine Poetry Competition 2016

Irish winner The Fermoy International Poetry Competition 2014

Placed second in North West Words Poetry Prize 2013

Placed second in The Creative Flow Poet of the Year Competition 2016

Short-listed The OBeal 5 word Poetry Competition 2013

Long-listed  Doire Press 2nd annual chapbook competition 2013

Long-listed for the Fish Poetry Competition 2013

 

Publications:

NY Literary Magazine

The Blue Max Review anthology

Gods and Monsters of Tomorrow anthology

The Galway Review anthology

Skylight 47 Literary Magazine

OBéal anthology

Woman’s Way Magazine

On-line Publications

Idler.ie

www.literaryorphans.org

The Bohemyth 

Workshops:

The LabLitArch: Poschiavlo Switzerland 2015: The Laboratory of Literary Architecture: a cross-disciplinary exploration of Literature as Architecture. http://www.lablitarch.com

Life writing Workshop with Lia Mills

Blog Writing Workshop with Theo Dorgan

Memoir Writing Workshop with Carlo Gebler

Scholarships:

The James Joyce Summer School

 

 

 

 

 

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