Written, edited, cover design, published by Róisín Jenkinson, 2018
Cover Image drawing by Nikolas Larson
Róisín Jenkinson conveys and reflects on themes of belonging through poetry, performance and documentation. Her work is meditative, reflective and transcendental as she creates from a place of rest and brings clarity, empathy and understanding through her words.
The book is a part of her café exhibition series Everything has its place, and you can purchase it at the various cafés she exhibits in or by contacting her. To find out more about where she is and will be exhibiting, follow her on social media and/or sign up to newsletters.
Ballymun Library Writers 2017
Edited by John Finnan
Published by Lulu.com, 2018
The writers group of Ballymun Library in Dublin, Ireland, have published some representative samples of their members work. All the pieces inside were written by members of the writing group. Róisín has three poems in it.
Native Freeborn Irishman
Written by Seán Francis Martin O’Donoghue
Edited by Róisín Jenkinson
Cover Design by Róisín Jenkinson
Keep your eyes peeled for incredible poems and stories of Seán’s life; from growing up in Ballymun, to working as a Deep Sea Diver, to the aftermath of a distressing experience.
Where We Come From
Written, edited, cover design, published by Róisín Jenkinson, 2017
Here is a journey of the self and political reflection. The poetry and artwork asks questions about where we come from, on a personal level and of humanity. The artist delves into deeper truths, concerning identity and finding balance within yourself and that of the world; weaving through mythologies, clichés and bibliologies.
Written, edited, produced by Róisín Jenkinson, 2017
Illustrations by Milena Matejko
This small book of poems and illustrations was created for Lenten Labyrinth: A Journey of Solace, to reflect upon its content and find rest within yourself.
Róisín Jenkinson and other Writers
Edited and produced by Róisín Jenkinson, 2016
Supported by HillCity Church, Dublin
This is a book of poems by emerging poets telling their own stories, produced as part of Supporting the Arts Fundraiser.
Writing from Ballymun Library Creative Writers Group
Edited and produced by Orla Ní hAonigh, 2015
Supported by Dublin City Council
This is an anthology of stories and poetry by a diverse range of writers from Ballymun Library Writers Group, in which Róisín has two poems;
Ireland's Heartbeat 2015: An Anthology of Spiritual Songs, Poems and Prophecies
Edited by Katey Moreland
Published by Word of the Lord Winepress, 2015
This is an anthology of spiritual songs, poems and prophecies written by 100 authors - adults, youths and children from throughout Ireland, as well as Irish abroad and visitors to Ireland. Róisín has four poems in it and also helped with editing the imagery and photographs.
Written, edited, cover design and produced by Róisín Jenkinson, 2015
This book is a result of an art project on the concept of knowing another and knowing yourself, and how we are constantly learning more about others and ourselves, because we are continuously changing.
This book of ten poems repeated twice, is an invitation for you to get an insight into who Róisín is (at that time) and to look again.
Róisín has poetry in the following three anthologies, produced through the allpoetry community.
Shout in Electric Winds, edited by Dan Lake, 2014
Broken Flowers in These Human Shores: The Four Corners of the Moon, edited by Diane Allen Hemingway, 2013
Sold in On Viewless Wings VI: Realms of Gold, edited by Ronald Wiseman, 2013