Join Sarah Clancy in conversation with Sarah Davis-Goff, co-founder of the award-winning Tramp Press and author of Last Ones Left Alive.
They’ll be talking about the extraordinary success of Tramp Press and what they do differently, and how authors and readers can use fiction to imagine possible futures and, perhaps, even change the future.
Sarah Davis-Goff has written about publishing, literature and gender for the Irish Times, the Guardian and LitHub. She's co-founder of independent publisher Tramp Press, and she lives in Dublin. Last Ones Left Alive is her debut novel.
Sarah Clancy is a poet from Galway City although she now lives in Clare. She is the author of three collections of poetry, including The Truth and Other Stories (Salmon Poetry, 2014), Stacey and the Mechanical Bull (Lapwing Press, Belfast, 2011) and Thanks for Nothing, Hippies (Salmon Poetry, 2012). She has another collection due out soon if she ever gets her act together. She has been placed or shortlisted in several of Ireland’s well known poetry competitions including and as a performance poetry Sarah has won the Cuirt International Festival of Literature Grand Slam Championship and was runner up in the All- Ireland Grand Slam Championships. In 2015 she was named The Bogman's Cannon People's Poet and in 2016 she was the Lingo Festival's Poet Laureate. Her work is widely anthologised and has been published in translation in Mexico, Slovenia, Poland, Italy and Spain as well as in the UK, Canada and the US in English. She has another collection due out this year if she ever gets her act together.