Colm Keegan is an award-winning writer and poet from Dublin. His debut collection Don't Go There was released to critical acclaim. His latest collection Randomer is now available from Salmon poetry.
His first full-length play For Saoirse was staged in Axis Theatre and shortlisted for the Fishamble New Writing award and his short play Something Worth Saying, commissioned for the Abbey Theatre was called ‘exquisite and devastating’ by reviewer Emer O’ Kelly.
He was a co-founder of Lingo, Ireland’s first Spoken Word festival and has been awarded numerous residencies including the LexIcon, Ireland’s largest public library. He is a creative writing teacher and co-founder of the Inklinks Project, and has developed numerous creative writing projects for schools and colleges across the country.