Mary Lee’s poetry has been widely published, including in the following books, journals, and websites: Skylight 47; Crannóg; Orbis; The Poet’s Quest for God (Anthology, Eyewear Publishing, UK); The Anglican Theological Review; The 2018 Poiema Series (Anthology); Poems for Patience Competition; The Linnet’s Wings; Time of Singing; The Galway Review 4; The Furrow; Dodging the Rain website; Presence: A Journal of Spiritual Directors International; Proost (Collection 2); Spirituality: Dominican Publications; Adam, Eve & the Riders of the Apocalypse (Wipf & Stock); Face Up to the Sun, (Manchester Cathedral Publications); A New Ulster website; The Wild Word website; The Galway Review website. Her work has been broadcast on RTE Radio 1, A Living Word, and her poems have been cited at liturgies and retreats.
Originally from a farm on the shores of Lough Corrib, Mary lives in Galway. She writes poetry as an expression of gratitude for the myriad experiences and revelatory moments in nature and in social, church, and community circles.
Paperback: 93 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (May 1, 2021)