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Patrick Chapman

Patrick Chapman
Born 1968
Ireland
Nationality Irish
Website
.net.patrickchapmanwww

Patrick Chapman is an Irish poet, writer and screenwriter, born in 1968.[1]

Chapman's first published work was Jazztown, released in 1991 by Raven Arts Press. This was followed five years later by The New Pornography, a collection of poems described as "darkly humorous" by The Irish Times.[2] His story collection, The Wow Signal (Bluechrome Publishing ISBN 9781904781752) was published in 2007. He also wrote the Doctor Who audio drama, "Fear of the Daleks" (Big Finish, 2007).

Based on his own published story of the same name, he wrote the short drama film Burning The Bed, which starred Gina McKee and Aidan Gillen. Burning The Bed was a prizewinner at the 2004 Worldfest film festival in Houston, Texas[3] and was also named Best Narrative Short at the DeadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.[4]

Chapman has also written five episodes of the children's television series, Garth and Bev, for Kavaleer Productions.[5] This aired on RTÉ in 2009 and Cbeebies in 2010, and has worldwide distribution.[6]

Chapman is the co-founder, along with writer Philip Casey, of irishliteraryrevival.com, which seeks to create "a place where readers could find books no longer available elsewhere, and where writers could get a new audience for their texts, while stimulating interest in their work as a whole" and where all the books are placed on the site under a Creative Commons License.[7][8]

Contents

  • Bibliography 1
    • Poetry Collections 1.1
    • Stories 1.2
    • Film 1.3
    • Audio Play 1.4
    • Television 1.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Bibliography

Poetry Collections

His poetry collections include:[9]
  • Jazztown, (Raven Arts Press, 1991 ISBN 9781851860661)
  • The New Pornography (Salmon Poetry, 1996 ISBN 9781897648773)
  • Breaking Hearts And Traffic Lights (Salmon Poetry, 2007 ISBN 9781903392645)
  • A Shopping Mall on Mars, (BlazeVOX, 2008 ISBN 9781934289624)
  • The Darwin Vampires, (Salmon Poetry, 2010 ISBN 9781907056307)
  • A Promiscuity of Spines: New & Selected Poems, (Salmon Poetry, 2012 ISBN 9781908836144)

Stories

  • The Wow Signal (Bluechrome, 2007)
  • The Negative Cutter (Arlen House, 2014)

Film

  • Burning the Bed (Songway Films/Fantastic Films, 2003)

Audio Play

Television

References

  1. ^ "Irish Writers Online". Patrick Chapman. Irish Writers Online. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Fred Johnston (3 August 1996). "Northern life before the Troubles Collected Poems 1943–1995 by Roy McFadden Lagan Press, 355pp, 7.95; The New Pornography by Patrick Chapman Salmon, 68pp, 65.99; The Devil Himself by John Hughes Gallery Press, 46pp, 10.95/5.95".  
  3. ^ "Ten Irish Productions Win at Texas Worldfest". Markets News. The Irish Film & Television Network. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  4. ^ "the Dublin Quarterly". Patrick Chapman – Poems. The Dublin Quarterly. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  5. ^ "Animation/ Garth and Bev (2009)". Film Directory. the Irish Film Board. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  6. ^ John McAuliffe (26 February 2011). "Searing sketches of a suburban childhood".  
  7. ^  
  8. ^ "Out of print? Not for long".  
  9. ^ "Interview with Patrick Chapman". TheShortReview -Spotlight. TheShortReview. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  10. ^ "Doctor Who: Fear of the Daleks (The Companion Chronicles #2)". GoodReads.com. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  11. ^ "Fear of the Daleks by Patrick Chapman". Doctor Who Reference Guide. Dominique Boies. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 

External links

  • Patrick Chapman Online
  • Burning the Bed Website
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