Mary Noonan’s poems have been published in Agenda, And Other Poems, BigCityLit, Blackbox Manifold, The Compass, Cyphers, The Echo Room, The Enchanting Verses, The Dark Horse, The High Window,The Irish Examiner, The Irish Times, Malpaís Review, The Manchester Review, The Moth, New Hibernia Review, New Walk, The North, One, Poethead, Poetry Ireland Review, Poetry London, Poetry Review, PN Review, The Poetry Shed, The SHOp, Southword, The Stinging Fly, The Same, The Spectator, The Threepenny Review, Tears in the Fence, Wasafiri and The Well Review.
Her poetry has been anthologized in Penned: Zoo Poems (Signal Editions, 2009), The Alhambra Poetry Calendar (Alhambra Publishing, 2010, 2012), Best Irish Poetry 2010 (Southword Editions),The Captain’s Tower: Seventy Poems for Bob Dylan at Seventy (Seren, 2011), Hallelujah for 50ft Women (Bloodaxe Books, 2015) ; Everything to Play For (Poetry Ireland, 2015) ; Fermata (Artisan House, 2016) ; On The Banks (The Collins Press, 2016), The Elysian (New Binary Press, 2017) ; The Deep Heart’s Core (Dedalus Press, 2017); The Word Ark (Dedalus Press, 2020).
Her recent poetry is featured, with an accompanying essay by Martina Evans, at the Poetry International website.
Audio recordings of some poems from her first collection are featured at the online audio archive From The Fishouse.
In May 2019, Mary was interviewed, and read some poems, on The Poetry Programme on RTE Radio 1: https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/radio1/11040842.