Siobhan Mac Mahon – The Goddess Web

Siobhan Mac Mahon – The Goddess Web


Siobhan Mac Mahon (MA Creative Writing UCD) is an Irish Poet and ‘Word Witch’ whose poetry speaks of the return of the Sacred Feminine and of our deep connection to the earth. She has been creating magic, mayhem and mischief with her words for over twenty years, collaborating with other artists to combine poetry with music, dance and with film.


Twice awarded Arts Council funding for her work, she has performed her poetry widely in the UK and Ireland. Some highlights include: The Brigid of Faughart Festival, the Southbank Centre, London, Stanza Poetry Festival, Scotland, Wicklow Arts Festival, Mountshannon Arts Festival, Leeds lieder festival, University of Vienna, Artemis International Festival – Spain, 100 Thousand Poets for Change, Italy. Her multi-lingual poetry film Forgotten Memory has been shown at the Cork Film Festival and at the Cyclops Film Festival, Ukraine. She was commissioned to write a poem for Brigid 1500 to form a mural in Dundalk town (2024)


A Hennessey New Irish Writing winner, publications include: The Irish Times,, Skylight 47, We’Moon, and many anthologies including – Hallelujah for 50 Foot Women (Bloodaxe), Washing Windows 4 (Arlen House) Pride Poets anthology, and Bloody Amazing.




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Brigid, Holy Midwife to the birth of a new world. 


How, at this threshold between worlds we can call on Brigid, Goddess of poetry, healing and midwifery to guide and inspire us through the darkness, through the wastelands of despair to the promise of a new dawn.