About Sojourning Smith

Have you enjoyed reading the poetry and blog?

Writer, tour guide, sojourner on this good earth – this blog reflects my creative life lived within the region of Cavan and Fermanagh, known as the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. I teach creative writing workshops within the geopark as Word Alchemy and am on the panel of tutors for the Irish Arts Council’s Writers in Prison programme. I have worked with all kinds of groups – young people and adults, all women’s and all men’s groups, mental health survivors, workplace creative writing groups. I also like to mix it up by holding writing workshops in the great geopark outdoors.

sojourning smith in the geopark
Be Smith, Author & Geopark Local Guide

Born in the USA, I lived in England for nearly twenty years before moving with my husband to the Republic of Ireland in 2001. By serendipity, W.B. Yeats and the Goddess Brigid, we landed in West Cavan, where we have lived ever since. We live in an extended cottage with three dogs, two indoor cats, and a semi-tamed feline Tuxedo Tomcat on an acre and a quarter in the first village on the River Shannon.

You can buy my e-book of poems Brigid’s Way: Reflections of the Celtic Divine Feminine.

If you would likee more information about my decidedly literary and landscape guided tours in northwest Ireland, please contact me on the form below. You will also receive notifications of upcoming publications.

© Bee Smith and dowrabeesmith.wordpress.com, 2014-2017. All rights reserved.  No part of this blog may be transmitted without express permission of the author, although brief excerpts may be used provided that the author and blogsite are identified in the text.

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