Adam Rudden

Adam Rudden is a Dublin-based Irish Poet. He was born in May 1983. He has been published widely in poetry periodicals. These include: Poetry Ireland Review, Cyphers, Electric Acorn, Jacobyte Poetry, Agenda and Horizons.

He currently has three collections of poetry published by Lapwing Publications: "Fallen Eyelashes" (2004), "Braille lips in the Dark" (2007), "Stopwatch" (2009) and "Solar Winds and Ions" (2011).

In March 2012, "Solar Winds and Ions" was made available as a free download on Poetry Ireland's website.

He is the editor of Lapwing Bite Size and also Poem of the Month on his website.

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External links

  • Adam Rudden’s Official Website
  • Lapwing Publication’s Official Website
  • Lapwing Bite Size
  • Solar Winds and Ions

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