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About aoife

have a listen at Aoife Mannix is an Irish writer and poet based in London. Her first novel Heritage of Secrets was published by Lubin & Kleyner in 2008. She is the author of four collections of poetry; The Trick of Foreign Words (2002), The Elephant in the Corner (2005), Growing Up An Alien (2007) and the recent Turn The Clocks Upside Down – all with Tall Lighthouse. Her work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, London Live, Resonance FM, and the BBC World Service. Her short stories are included in the anthologies Tell Tales Volume 3 (2006), Small Voices, Big Confessions (2006) and Westside Stories (2003).

Spring News

Spring at last!  Many thanks to all those who came to the launch of my new poetry collection ‘Cocktails from the Ceiling.’  I really enjoyed the evening and I’ve had some really lovely feedback on the book.  If you’d like … Continue reading

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Launch of Cocktails from the Ceiling

My latest collection ‘Cocktails from the Ceiling‘ is being launched on January 13th at 7:30 at the Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton St, Covent Garden, London.  Hope to see you there if you’re able to make it. Tweet

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cocktails from the ceiing

I’m delighted that my latest poetry collection ‘Cocktails from the Ceiling’ has just been published by tall-lighthouse.  You can order it direct from the publisher by emailing or via paypal through their website.  I’d love to know what you … Continue reading

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Misunderstood Monsters Autumn tour

Misunderstood Monsters will be touring again in Autumn 2013, when Georgie and Squeezy will once again be pitting their wits against monsters of all kinds – not forgetting the aliens! Here are the dates (so far) for your diary: Saturday, … Continue reading

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RSC Midsummer Night’s Dreaming #dream40

Check out Midsummer Night’s Dreaming project I’m working on for the Royal Shakespeare Company. You can contribute on line or join in the celebrations this weekend June 21/22. Tweet

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