Lynn Buckle

Lynn Buckle has a short story, Ailbhe’s Tale, in What Meets the Eye? The Deaf Perspective.

Lynn Buckle was born in Bristol and after studying at Warwick University and Camberwell School of Art moved to Ireland. She draws, paints, and teaches there, recording the ever-changing landscape, returning home to her family in Somerset. Époque press published her debut novel, The Groundsmen, in 2018 and her second work of literary fiction, What Willow Says, in 2021. Her poetry and short stories feature in a variety of anthologies and magazines, and she writes occasional literary articles for The Irish Times. She has benefitted from awards by the John Hewitt Society, Greywood Arts, Kildare Arts & Library Service, was shortlisted for the Red Line Short Story Award and nominated for the Republic of Consciousness Award. Lynn was appointed a UNESCO Cities of Literature Writer in Residence 2021 to represent Ireland at the National Centre for Writing in Norwich. She is founding member of the Irish Writers’ Centre’s Climate Writing Group and depends on technology to hear.