This interview was produced thanks to the support of the Arts Council Ireland – Agility Award.
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Sree Sen

Writer and Poet
Based in Dublin (in Westport at the time of the interview)

Sree Sen. Contatto. Photographed by Elena Cristofanon. Funded by the Arts Council Agility Award, 2021

Sree Sen

From Kolkata, India, Sree relocated to Dublin, Ireland in 2019 to pursue MA in Creative Writing at University College Dublin.
She’s working as a digital content specialist for Skein Press. Her debut poetry pamphlet Cracked Asphalt is set to be published by Fly On The Wall Press (UK) on August 12, 2022. 
Sree’s creative works have appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, Dedalus Press ‘Local Wonders Anthology’, Honest Ulsterman, bath magg, The Night Heron Barks, nether Quarterly and others.

Sree is the winner of UCD Maeve Binchy Travel Award 2020; recipient of the Cill Rialaig Residency 2020 and Agility Award 2021 by Arts Council of Ireland. Her story ‘Still Life’ was shortlisted at the Wild Atlantic Words Short Story Competition 2021.

As a journalist, her articles have appeared in The Hindu BusinessLine, Firstpost, DNA, Times of India, Sakal Times and other media platforms.

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Sree on the importance of opening up to the arts