Raine Geoghegan, MA lives in West Sussex. She is half Romany with Welsh and Irish ancestry. Her poems and short prose have been widely published and her debut pamphlet, Apple Water – Povel Panni was published by Hedgehog Press in November 2018 and previewed at the Ledbury Poetry Festival in July 2018. Her poetry was featured in the documentary – Stories from the Hop Yards, celebrating the work of photographer Derek Evans and her poem, ‘A Memory of the Hop Fields’, was made into a short film by the Wellington Primary School. ‘Somewhere in Apple Water Country’ was nominated for ‘Best of the Net 2018’, ‘Apple Picking in the Vale of Evesham’ was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and her pamphlet has been nominated for a Michael Marks Award. Other publications include, Under the Radar; Poetry Ireland Review; The Curlew; The Clearing and Romany Routes, the Journal of the Romany & Traveller Family History Society.