On the pages of this site you will find news, poetry, reviews, links to other writings about poetics, herbs and monastic spirituality, and a blog of the Lúcháir projects which encompass her poetic and environmental practice.
Elizabeth Rimmer is a poet, gardener and river-watcher. She describes herself as Catholic, radical, feminist and green, born in England of Irish origins, and now living in Scotland. Her work is inspired by weather, birds and plants, by landscape and tradition, by the work of craftsmen, ecologists and musicians, by language, legends and archaeology. She has been widely published in magazines and on-line. Her first collection of poems, Wherever We Live Now, was published by Red Squirrel Press in 2011, and her second, The Territory of Rain, came out in September 2015.