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Poetry Trail...

Poet in Residence with Poetry Ireland - 2023 - 2025


Literature Bursary from Dublin City Council - 2023 


Literature Bursary from the Arts Council of Ireland - 2022


Anne's poems were awarded:

Nominated for a Pushcart Prize 2023


Winner of the Bangor Literary Journal 40 Word Competition 2019


Winner of Books Upstairs Poetry Day Ireland 2018

Shortlisted - Poems for Patience 2022

Shortlisted – Bailieborough Poetry Prize 2019

Highly Commended – Francis Ledwidge Award 2019



Poems have appeared in many literary magazines, websites and media including:

All The Worlds Between Anthology (Yoda Press), Autonomy Anthology (Binary Press),

Audio Anthology to celebrate International Women's Day 2020,

Bangor Literary Journal, Banshee Lit, Bare Hands, Burning Bush 2, Boyne Berries, The Blue Nib

Crannóg, Enthralled Magazine, Episteme, Flare, Headstuff, Irish Literary Review,

Irish Times, Literature Today,

Reading The Future (Hodges Figgis 250th Anniversary), The Moth, The Music of What Happens (New Island Anthology of New Irish Writing), The North,

Ofi-Press Magazine, Orbis, The Pickled Body, Poethead, Poetry Bus Magazine,

Poetry Ireland Review, Prairie Schooner, RTE Online Poem of the Week, RTE LyricFM Poetry Files


Skylight 47, The Stinging Fly, and Stony Thursday Book

Articles & Reviews


Dublin Book Review - A Contented Heart - Reviewed by Tim Murphy


Poetry Ireland Review Issue 126 - Reviewed by Grace Wilentz

Poetry Ireland Review Issue 136 - Reviewed by Richard Hayes

Skylight47 Issue 15 - Reviewed by Ciaran O'Rourke

Irish Times Article: I write the privilege. I write the guilt

Irish Times Article: Here is a woman looking at all that life contains and saying yes, I’ll take it

Irish Times Article: A poet’s long last journey with her dying mother

Review: Orla Fay Blogspot Tides Shifting Across My Sitting Room Floor

The Wombwell Rainbow Interviews: Wombwell Interview with Anne Tannam

The Blue Nib Article: Anne Tannam Talks About Performance Poetry And Poetry For The Page

The Blue Nib Interview: Anne Tannam speaks to Clara Burghelea

Words Ireland: Sustaining a Flourishing Writing Practice 


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