Apart from her own writing, Kathleen Kenny also works as a freelance creative writing tutor based on Tyneside. Among other funding bodies, Kathleen has received recognition from the Sammy Johnson Memorial Fund, and The Royal Literary Fund. She has published several poetry collections and has given readings of her work in various locations, including a recent outing at The West Cork Literary Festival, where she read with Eavan Boland. Kathleen is currently engaged with a trilogy of autobiographical novels which explore her Irish/Geordie background, beginning in London in 1940 with the meeting of her Irish mother and her Irish/Geordie father, and ending on Tyneside in 1971.
Sex & Death (Diamond Twig)
Goosetales (Koo Press)
Hole (Smokestack Books)
Keening with Spittal Tongues (Red Squirrel Press)
Travelling Like Eggs (Red Squirrel Press)