I like to write and travel and listen to music. I am trying to learn the keyboard, but to little avail!!!
Travel, writing, reading
Braveheart In the Name of the Father The Piano The Woman in Black East is East
Who I would Like to Meet:
If he were still alive I would like to spend an evening drinking with Robbie Burns…
James Connolly Bobby Sands Henry Joy Mc Cracken Thomas Morre Robbie Burns William Butler Yeats Security guard to pay the bills, Tomás writes as a passion.
Born Ballinasloe in 1976, grew up in Banagher before moving to Birr for work. From there he moved to Tullamore where he now lives, and is planning to move to his familys native Longford in the coming years.
A shop steward in his workplace, and active politically in the area, social issues dominate much of his work, that rangefrom Native Americans in general and the Leonard Peltier case in particular, to the culture clash between the western world and Islam.
Tomás has featured at Readings at the Pallet (Banagher 2010, 2011), Poets Express, Cork (2009, 2010) and various other events from the Glór Sessions to the White House Poets (Limerick City) among other events.
He publishes a magazine Cartys Poetry Journal, and has featured in a number of anthologies in Ireland and the USA, and even as far away as China!