Elaine Feeney is an Irish poet. Her collections Where’s Katie? (2010), The Radio was Gospel (2014) and Rise (2017) are published by Salmon. Her chapbook, Indiscipline, appeared from Maverick Press in 2007. Feeney’s work has been translated into over a dozen languages and is widely published. In 2016, Liz Roche Company commissioned Feeney to write for a national production to witness and record through dance, film and narrative, the physical experience of being a woman and bodily choice in Ireland. Entitled Wrongheaded, a film of the same name, directed by Mary Wycherley, accompanied the production. Feeney recently completed a pilot comedy series, The Fannypack, with writers Aoibheann McCann and Aoife Nic Fhearghusa, which was highly commended by BAFTA, and her first novel, SIC[K].