journals, and: bibliography, and: publication notes

Journals and publication notes for 2022, 2021, &c

Recent small group poems: journal publications

fragments 1 & 2″ published April 2022, Belfield Literary Review, Eds. Paul Perry and Niamh Campbell.

Online URL: https://moli.ie/blr/

Purchase link: https://moli.ie/visit/shop/belfield-literary-review-no-2-spring-2022/?fbclid=IwAR1S41U1OesW85TxIK9F7FwSLc9Q3zptinoFv4P7pDE0kgnoxTTo_2RFxbY


“Hook” poems published 07/03/2022 at Indelible Literary Journal (AUD), EIC, Roula-Maria Dib.

Online URL https://indeliblelit.com/2022/03/03/hook-and-other-poems-by-chris-murray/

PDF Download https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:dd17e7fe-b082-365a-b523-0f4657803ac4#pageNum=1


Nocturne for Voices One and Two” performed by Una Lee for “How The World Begins Again – Irish Women in Sound and Music: Episode 2″ with Elizabeth Hilliard

Online URL: https://www.rte.ie/radio/lyricfm/clips/22023563/?fbclid=IwAR0i7g9zoKo5gpl6AeLF9DadZ-6aWd7XG8kFQLUVzNY8QoCO0xRqJ-l3Uuo

Elizabeth Hilliard’s website

© “Nocturne for Voices One and Two” Chris Murray 2020, 2021, originally published “Gold Friend” (Turas Press, 2020).


New poetry books: “Hello to GC Waldrep, farewell to Derek Mahon Plus: There is something of Emily Dickinson in the poems of Chris Murray.” Sean Hewitt, Irish Times.

Online URL: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/new-poetry-books-hello-to-gc-waldrep-farewell-to-derek-mahon-1.4473082


notes on panic”, and: “in the dark I feel”, and: “small bird voice

© Chris Murray 2020, 2021, – First published Revista Itaca, Vol 35, September 2021 / excepting the poem small bird voice, first published gold friend, Turas Press, 2021

Online URL https://bit.ly/2Y44vkF


lily crowded window” – © Chris Murray 2020, 2021 – First published FormaFluens Journal, April 2021, Editor, Tiziana Colusso

Online URL https://www.formafluens.net/

Downloadable PDF URL https://www.formafluens.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/formafluens-magazine-n.1_2021.pdf


Seed – © Chris Murray, 2016, 2021 – First published Timber Literary Journal, September 2021

Online URL: https://timberjournal.org/archive/seed


morning star” – © Chris Murray 2021 – First published Irish Times Poetry, October 2021, Editor, Gerard Smyth

Online URL https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/poem-of-the-week-morning-star-1.4676001?mode=sample&auth-failed=1&pw-origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.irishtimes.com%2Fculture%2Fbooks%2Fpoem-of-the-week-morning-star-1.4676001


Gold Friend” (published Turas Press) recommended in “Best Poetry Books of 2021: A Subversion of Wordsworth to a Pandemic Personified” by Martina Evans & Sean Hewitt (Irish Times).

Online URL: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/best-poetry-books-of-2021-a-subversion-of-wordsworth-to-a-pandemic-personified-1.4724878


Gold Friend by Chris Murray, sometimes the title is the last piece of the jigsaw”

Online URL: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/gold-friend-by-chris-murray-the-title-is-often-the-last-piece-of-the-jigsaw-1.4355540

Gold Friend, Published Turas Tress, 2020. EIC, Elizabeth McSkeane


chris murray at Recours au Poème

Online URL: https://www.recoursaupoeme.fr/christine-murray/


hook“, and: “sequins”, and: “spool“, and: “red on gold, the new dress” –

© Chris Murray 2016, 2021 – First published “The Blind” (Oneiros Books, 2016). Republished indelible literary Journal, EIC, Roula-Maria Dib

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Online URL https://indeliblelit.com/2022/03/03/hook-and-other-poems-by-chris-murray/?fbclid=IwAR3yKG4Ue4NDIqlLwownNvoYINa38ywYegQCzsdFlqvANOIowgVfB64gSV8


Chapbooks & Essays

Gold Friend by Chris Murray: the title is often the last piece of the jigsaw [Irish Times]

I am a poet without a landscape, a woman poet without a narrative heritage [Irish Times]

Launching “Gold Friend” [Youtube]

Elegy and Displacement in Goldfriend [Writing.ie]

Thriving Outside of the Narrative, an essay on poetic practice [Live Encounters]

Three Red Things (download) (2013)

Signature [Bone Orchard Press]

A Hierarchy of Halls (2018)

Welcome The Goldfinch For Aslı Erdoğan

Tackling the catastrophic canonical neglect of Irish women poets and writers

Doris Lessing’s Little Known Poetry – Women Writers, Women’s Books

A Modern Encounter with “Foebus abierat”; On Eavan Boland’s “Phoebus Was Gone, all Gone, His Journey Over”

My books page is here linked.


Older publications:

three short poems, Galway Review, 2013

Online URL: https://thegalwayreview.com/2013/03/06/christine-murray-three-short-poems/

precarious migratory spectacular, Galway Review

Online URL: https://poethead.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/precarious-migratory-spectacular-by-c-murray/

poems from The Blind, Ditch Poetry

Online URL: https://www.ditchpoetry.com/christinemurray.htm


A Hierarchy of Halls” (Smithereens Press, 2018) – “Three Red Things(Smithereens Press, 2013) – “Welcome to the Goldfinch” (for Aslı Erdoğan) – “A Modern Encounter With Foebus Abierat” from “Eavan Boland: Inside History“, Arlen House) & other writings can be accessed Via my Internet Archive account.

Online URL: https://archive.org/details/@christine-elizabeth