Anne-Marie Fyfe

Born in Cushendall, County Antrim, Anne-Marie Fyfe lives in London where she has run Coffee-House Poetry's readings & classes at London's leading live literature venue, the Troubadour in Earls Court since 1997, created the Troubadour International Poetry Prize, is Poetry Co-ordinator for the annual John Hewitt International Summer School in Armagh, & is former Chair of the Poetry Society. Her distinctive themed creative-writing workshops have inspired writers at festivals, writers’ groups, universities & colleges throughout Britain & Ireland over many years &, over the past 10 years in particular, in Europe (on annual residential writing courses) & in the USA on her reading/workshopping tour each spring. Her latest publication, No Far Shore: Charting Unknown Waters, was written on an 18-month journey around the coasts of Britain & Ireland &, on the Atlantic’s farther shores, the US’s North-Eastern coastal states & Nova Scotia in Canada. She has published five poetry collections including House of Small Absences (Seren).



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