Thanks to the very brilliant Niall Munro, you can listen to me chatting all things verse-novels over at the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre podcast.
Niall is a wonderful force for good in the Oxford writing community so I was overjoyed to be invited over for a chat.
You can listen to us here: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/poetry-centre/podcasts/episode-13–mariah-whelan-talks-to-niall-munro/
I was absolutely floored when the wonderful Mark Antony Owen recently invited me to take part in ‘iamb’. Part-quarterly journal, part directory of poets, iamb features new poetry and live readings from UK-based and international artists.
It was wonderful to be invited and I was blown away by both the beautiful site and Mark’s skill with audio.
Check out the poems now here: https://www.iambapoet.com/mariah-whelan
Absolutely delighted that the love i do to you is Oxford Poetry Library’s ‘Book of the Month’ for February.
It means so much to be selected by an organisation that do so much to bring poetry to our city’s community and I’m very, very grateful to have been slected.
Check out all the work OPL are doing and read Phoebe’s review of my book here: https://oxfordpoetrylibrary.wordpress.com/book-of-the-month-archive-2020/
It’s that time of year again! Yes, it’s submission season over at bath magg, the online magazine of new writing I co-run with Joe Carrick-Varty.
We’re on the lookout for new voice, beautiful poems and for me personally, I want to be moved by your writing as much as I’m wowed by your technical prowess.
Submissions will close February 29th, send 3 poems to bathmagg [at] gmail dot com with a brief covering letter and bio.
Don’t forget to check out: http://bathmagg.com/ to get an idea of what we like to publish