Ellen Cranitch’s first collection, The Immortalist, was published in 2017 by Templar Press.

Bernard O’Donoghue calls it “an important and haunting book”.

See review in Poetry London, Autumn 2017.

Ellen’s poetry has also been published by Carcanet in the Oxford Poets’ series and in numerous magazines and periodicals including Poetry London, Poetry Ireland Review, Poetry Wales, Ambit, The Oxford Magazine and in online magazines such as Days of Roses.

She has won many poetry prizes in the UK in recent years including in the Troubadour International, Poetry London and South Bank Poetry competitions. Born of Irish parents, she reads her work regularly throughout the UK.

Ellen has worked as Poet in Residence at the city garden of Christchurch Greyfriars and in collaboration with visual artist Dolores Lyne on ‘Placing the Word’ which toured to Dublin, Galway and the island of Inishboffin.

Here is an interview with Ellen Cranitch from The Poetry School London >>