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Paula Cunningham lives in Belfast. Her poetry chapbook A Dog called Chance (1999) and her first full collection, Heimlich’s Manoeuvre (2013), are both from smith/doorstop. Heimlich’s Manoeuvre was shortlisted for the Fenton Aldeburgh, Strong-Shine, and Seamus Heaney Centre first collection awards.
Paula Cunningham's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 222 (2015) ‘A History of Snow’ and Other Poems