Templar Poetry Pamphlet competition – Winner
iYeats Poetry Competition – (Commendation)
European Prize for Literature – (Shortlisted)
Frank O’Connor Intl Short Story Prize – Nude – (Shortlisted)

Tattoo : Tatú Reviews

‘Ní Chonchúir is an Irish poet whose work is both sensual and provocative, she bares her soul and examines the world around her in visceral and challenging ways.’

Marc Schuster, Small Press Reviews

‘Ní Chonchúir’s poems possess a quiet self-assurance and the poise of style. She has the Chekhovian eye for detail and a gift for brevity and relevance.’

Cathal Ó Searcaigh, poet

‘Ní Chonchúir writes in both Irish and English. Not since Michael Hartnett has there been an Irish poet who works with such facility in both languages.’


‘Ní Chonchúir has a deft word-touch and is imaginative and resourceful with poetic ideas. [Her] work is vital and often funny and quirky, with a punchy diligence.’



Jonathan Swift Award – short story
Aidan Higgins Prose Competition – short story (Runner-up)
People’s College Writing Competition – short story (Runner-up)
Happenstance – short story (Shortlisted)
Phillip Good Memorial Prize – short story (Shortlisted)


Dromineer Literary Festival Short Story Prize – short story
Frank O’Connor Intl Short Story Prize – To The World of Men, Welcome (Longlisted)
FISH Short Histories Two – short story (Shortlisted)
Willesden Short Story Competition – short story (Shortlisted)


Hennessy Award – short story (Shortlisted)
Bibliofemme Story Award – short story (Shortlisted)
Firewords Poetry Award – group of poems – (Runner-up)
Hiberno English Poetry Award – poem – (Runner-up)


Francis MacManus Award, RTÉ – short story
Cecil Day Lewis Award – short story
START Chapbook Prize – group of stories – (Shortlisted)