Emily S. Cooper is an Irish writer who lives in Donegal. Her poetry and prose has been published in the Stinging Fly, Irish Times, Banshee, Hotel, Poetry Ireland Review, Bath Magg and others.
She was a recipient of the 2019 Next Generation Award from the Arts Council of Ireland and took part in the Poetry Ireland Introductions series. In recent years she has been granted residencies by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Greywood Arts and the Irish Writers Centre.
Emily is writing a book on solitude as well as a collaborative poetry collection on Picasso’s lovers with Jo Burns. Her debut pamphlet Glass was published by Makina Books in 2020.