"Adam Wyeth's work is fresh and intriguing, alive with imaginative riffs, grave humour and more besides - it rewards close attention."
"A strong and moving voice."
"Adam Wyeth's poetry is quirky and full of ideas: humorous, dark, romantic. He achieves a rhythmic musicality by playfully stretching and shaping language, rolling it around the tongue. A rising star."
Adam Wyeth was born in 1978. He was a recent prize-winner of the Fish International Poetry Competition. He was a runner-up in the Arvon International Poetry Competition, 2006. His poems have been anthologised in The Best of Irish Poetry anthology, 2009, Something Beginning with P and the Arvon 25th Anniversary anthology. His work has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Poetry London, Magma, The Stinging Fly, The Shop and Southword. He was a featured poet in Agenda and selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series, 2007. He teaches Creative Writing and is on the Poetry Ireland Writers in Schools scheme.