POET & PROSE WRITER
Christina Hennemann is an award-winning writer based in the West of Ireland. Born and raised in Germany, she began writing her first English songs and poems from an early age with the help of her parents' German-English dictionary. She holds a BA in English and Politics & Sociology and a Master's of Education. Christina writes both poetry and prose and has also translated German writers, such as Franz Kafka and Dana Ranga. Her work is published widely in online and print publications, such as Poetry Ireland, Poetry Wales, Anthropocene, The Storms, York Literary Review, Fieldnotes and The Moth. She's the author of two poetry chapbooks: Illuminations at Nightfall (Sunday Mornings at the River, 2022) and Witch / Womb (BookHub Publishing, forthcoming spring 2024). When she’s not writing or reading, she enjoys taking photographs, which are often inspired by nature's beauty, decay, and (un)belonging details. She is currently working on a novel.