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Phil Lynch

Phil Lynch

Phil Lynch

Phil Lynch was born in Westmeath and currently lives in Dublin. He also lived in Belgium for several years. His poems have appeared in a wide range of print and online literary journals and anthologies. His work has been featured on national and local radio in Ireland including Arena, The Poetry Programme, Sunday Miscellany and ‘The Doc on One’ on RTE Radio 1; Rhyme & Reason on Dublin South FM and on The Celtic Show broadcast out of Atlanta in the USA. Podcasts in which he has been featured include: Words Lightly Spoken, Boundless & Bare and Eat the Storms. Some of his poems and adaptations of others have been recorded on CDs. He has been a winner, runner up and highly commended finalist in various poetry competitions. 

His previous poetry collection, In a Changing Light, was published by Salmon Poetry in 2016. He is a regular reader of his work at poetry and spoken word events and festivals in Ireland (including Electric Picnic Festival, Bray Literary Festival, Dublin Book Festival, Cuirt Literary Festival (Spoken Word Platform), Blackwater International Poetry Festival, Red Line Book Festival, St Patrick’s Festival, Dublin: A Year in Words – Poetry & Spoken Word Trail) and has performed at events in Paris, Brussels, London, New York and Washington. 
Phil is a coordinator and sometimes host of the Words by the Sea monthly event in Dun Laoghaire under the auspices of ArtNetdlr. He was a member of the organising committee for the Bray Literary Festival 2019-2022 and a co-founder and board member of the LINGO Spoken Word Festival (2014-2016). He is a professional member of the Irish Writers Centre, a member of ArtNetdlr (Artist Network Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown), a member of Dalkey Writers Workshop and the ‘Lord Edward’ writing group. 

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