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Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Rose McDonagh Bonner (26 Apr 1885–26 Feb 1948), Find A Grave Memorial no , citing Derry City Cemetery, Londonderry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland ; Maintained by Angela (contributor ) .
We were fascinated to read that our first prize winner, Rose McDonagh, is a late night writer and has written almost every day since she was fifteen. Her winning piece was drafted in a community writing group she runs, inspired from one of her own exercises.
By Rose McDonagh March We fear our son’s mind is curdling. By day, he sits on the dirt floor, playing alone with poppets and wooden blocks. He imitates the voices of the other children as if they are still around him. Curs’ sayings and scolding tones, laughter and petticoat teasing.
Rose McDonagh was born in Edinburgh. She has had writing published by BBC Wildlife Magazine, Gutter, SmokeLong Quarterly, Fairfield Review, the Guardian online, The Eildon Tree, Brittle Star, The Nottingham Review and New Writing …
Rose McDonagh is a Scottish writer of prose and poetry. She lives in Edinburgh and has previously had work published in BBC Wildlife Magazine and Labyrinth Orange. About the Artist: A native of Ohio, Marty D. Ison lives with his wife transplanted in the sands of the Gulf of Mexico. He studied fine arts at Saint Petersburg College.
Jun 11, · Rose McDonagh (36), of Drumawill Gardens, Enniskillen, her son Gerard Christopher McDonagh (19), of Derrin Park, Enniskillen and her brother-in-law 22-year-old John Terrence McDonagh, of Trasna Way, Lisnaskea all appeared to face various public order offences at Enniskillen Magistrates Court.