Tim Cunningham was born in Limerick. He has worked, mainly in education, in
Dublin, London, Delaware and Essex.
Tim has six collections published: Don Marcelino's Daughter(Peterloo Poets, 2001), Unequal Thirds (Peterloo Poets, 2006), Kyrie (Revival Press, 2008), Siege (Revival Press, 2012), Almost Memories (Revival Press, 2014) and The Lyrics to the Nightingale's Song (Revival Press, 2016). This coincides with the centenary of his father’s birth in 1916.
Tim was awarded a Kavanagh Fellowship in 2012.
'Ever since I met Tim Cunningham and his poems at an Arvon course in 1984, I have urged him to get a volume together for publication. I'm delighted that he has now done so, and hope readers will enjoy his work as much as I have.' Fleur Adcock
'Tim Cunningham's poems are as various and fascinating as the animals in Noah's Ark. He has a most musical ear, a keen eye and an open heart. His aim is true. He writes beautiful poems.' Adrian Mitchell
You can read Tim's guest poem in Acumen by clicking here.