My Poems

Here are links to some of my recently published poems…

I also have poems forthcoming in Under the Radar, Here Comes Everyone, The Crank, Abergavenny Small Press and Exclamat!on: An Interdisciplinary Journal.

‘Do Not Touch’ – published in The Phare (Issue 1, 2020)

‘Through the Window, April 2020’ – published on Poetry and Covid (2020)

‘Crow’ – published in Wales Arts Review (2020)

‘New Year’s Eve’ – published in Riggwelter (issue 27 – 2020)

Ten poems published for a Poet in Residence project at the Cynon Valley Museum (June 2020)

Two poems – published in Envoi (Spring 2020)

Two poems – published in The Lampeter Review (issue 17 – 2019)

Three poems – published in Poetry Salzburg Review (Summer 2019)

‘The Starry Night’ – published in Black Bough Magazine (2019)

‘In a Forest near Strömsund, Sweden’ – published in Atrium (2019)

‘This Muted Shade’ – published in The New Welsh Review (issue 120 – 2019)

‘Slowing Down’ – published in The Cardiff Review (2019)

‘Survival’ – published in Acumen (94 – 2019)

‘Fate’ – published in The Ekphrastic Review (2018)

‘Coming Home’ – published in Ink Sweat and Tears (2018)

‘Growing into Myself’ – published in The Open Mouse (2017)

Two Poems – published in The High Window (2016)

Five Poems – published in Sarasvati (045 – 2016)

One of my poems was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize in 2019!

I’ve also had haiku published in The Wales Haiku Journal and The Seashores Haiku Journal, two poems on Visual Verse (Freedom and Turning Point), and two poems in i am not a silent poet, and I was longlisted in the Indigo Dreams Poetry Pamphlet Competition in 2017.

Art / Poetry Projects…

In September 2020 one poem & three visual pieces appeared in ‘Here I Am’ an International Open Exhibition at Art in the Attic, curated by Sharon Magill.

In October 2018 I completed a project – Crossing Points – taking photos and writing poems in response to them, then displaying the photos and poems together in the window of a laundrette. This project was commissioned by the madeinroath arts festival.

Crossing Points - Rachel Carney poems and photos