Toby Buckley recently completed his MA in the Seamus Heaney Centre in Belfast. His work has previously been published in The Tangerine, HCE Review and The Rose Magazine, as well as in a number of different independent zines. He received the first Ruth West Award for Poetry in 2016. He currently washes dishes in a small sandwich deli and runs an even smaller arts zine called Bombinate.
Thomas Morris is Editor-at-large at The Stinging Fly.
Thuy-Chi Le was born and grew up in Vietnam. She graduated from the University of Chicago, where she studied philosophy and literature, and now lives in Ithaca, New York, as an MFA candidate in poetry at Cornell University.
Tim Dwyer was born in Brooklyn, New York. His mother was from Gort and his father was from east of Loughrea. A psychologist in New York State correctional facilities, he presently lives in the Mid-Hudson Valley. He is working on a manuscript entitled Light and Time. He recently resumed writing after a thirty-year gap.
Tom Mathews was born in Dublin where he has worked as a freelance cartoonist, writer and
critic since 1975. His poetry collection, The Owl and The Pussycat, was published by Dedalus Press in 2009 and was shortlisted for both the Rupert and Eithne Strong Award and the Seamus Heaney Centre prize.
Tom Vickers is twenty-four and holds an MSt in Creative Writing from the
University of Oxford. He has previously been published in The Butcher’s Dog and
had work performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Tom Tierney lives in Skerries in County Dublin and works as a Physics teacher. This is his first published work of fiction.
Tim Groenland teaches in the School of English, Irish, and Communication at the University of Limerick. He is the author of The Art of Editing: Raymond Carver and David Foster Wallace (2019, Bloomsbury Academic).
Tom Willis lives in London.
Tom Mac Intyre was born in County Cavan in 1931. A poet, dramatist and fiction writer in Irish and English, his latest poetry collection, Stories of The Wandering Moon, was published by Lilliput (2000) and his latest play, What Happened Bridgie Cleary, was produced by The Abbey earlier this year.
Tom Cleary was born in Clonmel and educated at University College Dublin. He has worked as a teacher in London, Manchester and Leeds, and studied at Bradford University. He lives now in Hebden Bridge in the Pennines.
Toby Litt was born in Bedfordshire, England, in 1968. His books include Adventures in Capitalism (1996) Beatniks: An English Road Movie (1997), Corpsing (2000), Deadkidsongs (2001), Exhibitionism (2002), Finding Myself (2003) and Ghost Story (2004). In 2003 Toby Litt was nominated by Granta magazine as one of the 20 Best of Young British Novelists. He lives in London and his website is www.tobylitt.com.
Tim MacGabhann‘s first novel, ‘Call Him Mine’, was published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson last year. His second, ‘How to Be Nowhere’, is out with the same publisher this year. His writing has also appeared in The Dublin Review, gorse, and many major international news outlets. He lives in Mexico.
Thomas Lynch is the author of three collections of poems, three of essays. His first book of fictions will be published in 2010. Another collection of poems is forthcoming. He lives in Michigan and West Clare.
Theo Dorgan’s most recent work includes the anthology A Book of Uncommon Prayer, and What This Earth Costs Us, a re-issue in one volume of his first two collections. A new collection, Greek, will be published by Dedalus Press in February 2010.
The Anonymous Lady was asked to write for the magazine in 2005 in the spirit of Maeve Brennan’s Long-Winded Lady. She lived in Dublin at that time but life will play its little tricks and she ended up moving to New York. Several of her later reports came from her new home.
Tess Jolly was the winner of the 2015 Hamish Canham Prize, and the runner-up for the 2015 Stanza Poetry Competition. She features in the anthology The Best New British and Irish Poets 2016. A pamphlet is due from Eyewear Publishing.
Tara Bergin is from Dublin. Her first collection of poems, This is Yarrow, was published by Carcanet in 2013 and was awarded the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry Prize, and the Shine/Strong Award.
Terry Wolverton is the author of Bailey’s Beads, a novel, and two collections of poetry, Black Slip and Mystery Bruise. A memoir, Insurgent Muse, will be published in 2002.
Terry McDonagh comes from County Mayo. He has been living in Hamburg for almost twenty years, where he has worked as a dramatist and writer. He has published three collections of poetry, one play, a book of letters, and many articles and stories. His selected poems come out in German in October.
Tess Barry was shortlisted for the 2015 Manchester Poetry Prize. Twice a finalist for North American Review’s James Hearst Poetry Prize and Aesthetica Magazine’s Poetry Award, she also was shortlisted for the 2014 Bridport Poetry Prize. Her poems have been widely published. She teaches literature and creative writing at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. tessbarrypoet.com
Terry-Jane England grew up in the middle of an orange grove in Edgewater, Florida, where she gained a hearty respect for rattlesnakes and alligators. Her second book (Terry-Jane, Terry-Jane) was a slow and painful birth… now she just needs a home for it.
Ted Deppe is the author of six books of poems, including Beautiful Wheel and Liminal Blue from Arlen House. He has lived in the west of Ireland since 2000.
Submissions for the Summer 2023 issue of The Stinging Fly will open on November 15.
Tara Maria Lovett is from Bray, County Wickow. She has written four full-length plays and a series of one act plays. She won last year’s Fingal Scribe Literary Award and this year’s O.Z. Whitehead Award. Her play The Suck will be produced at the Project Cube Space in August 2001.
Ted Dodson is the author of At the National Monument / Always Today (Pioneer Works, 2016) and Pop! in Spring (Diez, 2013). He edits for BOMB and Futurepoem and is a former editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter.
Therese Cox was born in Chicago and lives in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, gorse, and Banshee. She is pursuing a PhD in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.
Tania Hershman’s debut poetry collection, Terms & Conditions (Nine Arches Press) and third story collection, Some Of Us Glow More Than Others (Unthank Books) are forthcoming in 2017. She is co-author of Writing Short Stories (Bloomsbury) and curator of ShortStops. www.taniahershman.com
Teffi, pseudonym of Nadezhda Lokhvitskaya (1872–1952). Though well-known in her lifetime, Teffi was – like many emigre writers – somewhat forgotten for several decades after her death. Her stories are now published ever more widely in Russia, as well as being translated into several languages. Pushkin Press have recently published 3 volumes of her stories and memoirs.