Kevin Higgins is co-organiser of Over The Edge literary events in Galway. He has published four collections of poems: "The Boy With No Face" (2005), "Time Gentlemen, Please" (2008), "Frightening New Furniture"(2010), and "The Ghost In The Lobby" (2014). His poems also feature in "Identity Parade - New British and Irish Poets" (Bloodaxe, 2010) and in "The Hundred Years' War: modern war poems" (Ed Neil Astley, Bloodaxe, May 2014). His poetry was the subject of a paper titled 'The Case of Kevin Higgins: Or The Present State of Irish Poetic Satire' given by David Wheatley at a symposium on satire at the University of Aberdeen in May 2014. "Mentioning The War," a collection of his essays and reviews, was published by Salmon in April, 2012. Kevin's blog is Mentioning the War (http: //mentioningthewar.blogspot.ie/) and has been described by Dave Lordan as "one of the funniest around" who has also called Kevin "Ireland's sharpest satirist." Kevin is satirist-in-residence with the alternative literature website The Bogman's Cannon (http: //bogmanscannon.com/). "Song of Songs 2:0 - New & Selected Poems" will be published by Salmon in Spring 2017.