Doireann Ní Ghríofa
Ní Ghríofa has published widely in literary magazines in Ireland and abroad, such as Poetry, The Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Prairie Schooner, The Stinging Fly, Southword and Feasta. In 2012, her poem "Fáinleoga" won the Wigtown Award for poetry written in Gaelic (Scotland).
Ní Ghríofa was selected for the prestigious Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary Award 2014 - 2015.
- Résheoid (Coiscéim, 2011)
- Dúlasair (Coiscéim, 2012)
- Dordéan, do Chroí / A Hummingbird, your Heart (Smithereens Press, 2014)
- Clasp (Dedalus Press, 2015; ISBN 978-1910251027)
Of Ní Ghríofa's book Clasp, Maya Catherine Popa in Poetry wrote: "The poems excel in their consideration of motherhood, particularly its paradoxical losses and gains, separation and unity… In Ní Ghríofa’s English debut, what seem to be long-considered obsessions are explored with tenderness and unflinching curiosity. The collection’s section titles, “Clasp,” “Cleave,” “Clench,” suggest the muscularity of attachment to the past, place, and the body that drives the poetic impulse." 
According to Clíona Ní Riordáin of Southword Journal, "The woman’s body is central to the collection, highlighted, visible, unconquered. Forgotten bones are reclaimed, gendered territory is staked out; it is clear that Ní Ghríofa’s has a voice which will not be silenced… In Clasp Ní Ghríofa has signalled that she is a poetic force to be reckoned with” 
- "Poet shortlisted for American award", The Clare Champion.
- Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Ennis Bookclub Festival.
- "2012 Winners - Gaelic", Wigtown Book Festival.
- Philip Casey, "Ní Ghríofa, Doireann", Irish Writers Online.
- Gerard Beirne, "Doireann Ní Ghríofa selected for the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary Award", Numéro Cinq.
- "2016 Poetry Now Shortlist
- "Two poets to share Michael Hartnett Poetry Award 2016 - What's on - Limerick Leader". www.limerickleader.ie. Retrieved 2016-05-27.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- "SP8 - 'Dordéan, do Chroí -- A Hummingbird, your Heart' by Doireann Ní Ghríofa", Smithereens Press.
- "Poetry Magazine Review"
- "Southword Review"