Currently based in Mexico City, Dylan Brennan writes poetry and prose. His most recent publication is GUADALUPE & other hallucinations (The Penny Dreadful Press, 2016), a short collection of prose chronicles accompanied by linocut prints made by artist Jonathan Brennan. His debut poetry collection, Blood Oranges, was published by The Penny Dreadful Press in 2014. In 2016 he co-edited Rethinking Juan Rulfo's Creative World: Prose, Photography, Film with Prof. Nuala Finnegan, a volume of academic essays on the work of Mexican writer/photographer Juan Rulfo. He contributes regularly, in English and Spanish, to online literary sites Portal de Letras (Mexico) and Numéro Cinq (Canada). He has been invited to read at festivals in Nicaragua, Mexico, Italy, Ireland and USA and has twice been recipient of a Culture Ireland Travel Grant.