Peter Sirr’s personal journey through Dublin past and present, Intimate City: Dublin Essays, was recently published by The Gallery Press. He has also published ten poetry collections, most recently The Gravity Wave (2019), a Poetry Book Society recommendation and winner of the Farmgate Café National Poetry Award, and Sway (2016), versions of poems from the troubadour tradition. The Rooms (2014) was shortlisted for the Irish Times Poetry Now Award and the Pigott Poetry Prize. The Thing Is (2009), was awarded the Michael Hartnett Prize in 2011. His radio dramas are broadcast on RTÉ. His most recent, Krakow, was shortlisted for the New York Radio Awards and Irish Music Rights Organisation Radio Drama Awards. He teaches literary translation in the Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation, Trinity College and is a member of Aosdána. With his wife, the poet Enda Wyley he co-hosts the podcast Books for Breakfast.