About Martin Malone


Born in County Durham, Martin Malone now lives in Scotland. He has published two poetry collections: The Waiting Hillside (Templar, 2011) and Cur (Shoestring, 2015). An Honorary Research Fellow in Creative Writing at Aberdeen University, he is currently studying for a Ph.D at Sheffield University. He also edits The Interpreter's House poetry journal. A chapbook, Prodigals was published by The Black Light Engine Room in January 2016.


At the moment, Martin is working on two collections pertaining to his doctorate in Great War poetry: Ghosts of the Vortex and the prose poem sequence, The Unreturning. Poems from these and his other work have been published in a variety of poetry journals; such as Stand, Poetry Ireland Review, Acumen, Agenda, Poetry Salzburg Review, Magma, The Moth, the SHOp and The Frogmore Papers. He reviews for The Interpreter’s House, Stand, Causeway/ Cabhsair and Poetry Ireland Review.