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Items where Greenwich Author is "Smyth, Cherry"

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Famished, performance, poetry, poetry performance, live event, collaboration, vocals and poetry, music and poetry, the Irish Famine, Irish history, British colonialism, migration, hunger, starvation, refugee crisis, coffin ships, land clearances, genocide

Smyth, Cherry, Kinsella, Lauren and Bennett, Ed (2019) Famished, a performance with poetry, vocals and musical score, in collaboration with vocalist Lauren Kinsella and composer Ed Bennett. [Art/Poetry/Short Story Performance or Reading]

Irish Famine, Irish queer, shame, British colonialism, legacy of trauma, lament, Irish diaspora,

Smyth, Cherry (2020) In conversation: Emer Lyons and Cherry Smyth. The Cardiff Review (March).

Long poem, Sonnet sequence, Louise Gluck

Smyth, Cherry (2010) Six given fields. [Play, Short Story or Poetry]

The Irish Famine, memorials, lament, trauma, starvation, British Colonialism, symposium, interdisciplinary event, migration

Smyth, Cherry (2019) Symposium: Uses of Lament: The Irish Famine and Legacies of Trauma. In: Uses of Lament: the Irish Famine & Legacies of Trauma, Thursday, 7 February 2019, Stephen Lawrence Gallery. (Unpublished)

Whistler, Courbet, Joanna Hiffernan, artist's muse, Symphony in White, L'Origine du Monde, 1860s London & Paris, painting, Salon des Refusés

Smyth, Cherry (2013) Hold Still. Holland Park Press, London, UK. ISBN 9781907320361

Yang Lian, writing, interviews

Smyth, Cherry (2008) Yang Lian interviewed by Cherry Smyth. Brand Literary Magazine, 3 (Spring). pp. 86-89. ISSN 1754-0593

creative writing, magazine editing,

Rapi, Nina and Smyth, Cherry (2008) En/titled: The space where writing, editing and teaching intersect. In: Great Writing: the International Creative Writing Conference, 27-29 Jun 2008, Bangor University, North Wales, UK. (Unpublished)

famine, poetry, Ireland, British Colonialism, trauma, shame, lament, Irish Famine, poetry performance, interdisciplinary, music and poetry, feminism

Smyth, Cherry (2019) To not die of history. The Long Poem magazine, Autumn (22).

female composers, poetry, choir, adaptation, evensong

Smyth, Cherry (2020) 'Evensong' poem by Cherry Smyth, set to music by composer Laura Snowden and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. [Play, Short Story or Poetry]

interview, poetry, Irish poet in

Gardner, Angela and Smyth, Cherry (2010) Interview with Cherry Smyth. foam:e, 7. ISSN 1449-6445

novel, fiction

Smyth, Cherry (2013) Hold still. Holland Park Press, London, UK. ISBN 9781907320361


Smyth, Cherry (2012) Test, orange. Pindrop Press, Tonbridge, UK. ISBN 9780956782274

poetry, melancholia, hypochondria, performance

Smyth, Cherry (2011) The noisy body: a performance poetics on hypochondria. In: Poetry and Melancholia Conference, 7-9 Jul 2011, University of Stirling, Scotland. (Unpublished)

poetry, poetic sequence, book-length poem, poetry collection, the Irish Famine, British colonialism and Ireland; refugee crisis; coffin ships, potato famine, the potato blight, starvation, migration, Ireland's population

Smyth, Cherry (2019) Famished. Pindrop Press, Glasgow. ISBN 978-1999355920

test, orange, poetry, performance

Smyth, Cherry (2010) A presentation of new poetry from Cherry Smyth's collection 'Test, orange'. [Art/Poetry/Short Story Performance or Reading] (Submitted)

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