Mary’s second collection, Stone Girl, was published by Dedalus in February 2019.
Stone Girl was launched at Poetry Ireland, Parnell Square, Dublin, at 7pm on 5 March 2019: https://www.poetryireland.ie/whats-on/dedalus-press-presents
Mary read from her new book at the Cork International Poetry Festival, Cork Arts Theatre, 20 March 2019, 10pm: https://www.corkpoetryfest.net/wednesday.html
Mary presented Stone Girl at Versefest, Ottawa on 30 March 2019: http://versefest.ca/year/2019/poet/?id=358, and at the West Cork Literary Festival on 13 July 2019: https://www.westcorkmusic.ie/artists/2019/mary-noonan/.
Stone Girl was shortlisted for the inaugural Derek Walcott Prize for Poetry, judged by poet Glyn Maxwell, in May 2020: https://www.derekwalcott.com/post/the-derek-walcott-prize-for-poetry.
Five poems were published in a limited edition under the title Father by Bonnefant Press in 2015, and the long poem Flânerie of the Beaver was published in a limited edition by Bonnefant Press in 2017.
The Fado House
Her first collection of poems, The Fado House, was published by Dedalus Press in 2012.
The book was subsequently shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Poetry Prize and the Strong/Shine Award.
The manuscript of this collection won the Listowel Poetry Collection Prize.
Echo’s Voice: The Theatres of Sarraute, Duras, Cixous and Renaude (Oxford: Legenda, 2014): http://www.mhra.org.uk/publications/Echos-Voice.
Marguerite Duras. Un théâtre de voix/A Theatre of Voices (Amsterdam: Brill, 2018): https://brill.com/view/title/36190. Edited by Mary Noonan and Joëlle Pagès-Pindon.