My writing has been published in a number of anthologies and magazines, as well as in two pamphlets:

Treasure In The History of Things (pamphlet and album), Stewed Rhubarb Press, 2012

Colour in the Margins with Words: poems and creative writing activities for threatened species in our arable farmlands, Back From the Brink, 2019

One poem in LossLit, forthcoming
Short story in The London Reader, 2019
One poem in Finished Creatures 1, 2019
One poem on Little Red Tarot, 2018
One poem in Shoreline of Infinity, 2018
One poem in Return Flight (commission), 2017
One poem as part of Poetry Treat (commission), 2016
One poem in Gutter 14, 2016
Three poems in Out There, ed. Zoe Strachan, Freight Books, 2014
Three poems in Flicker and Spark, ed. Regie Cabico and Brittany Fonte, Lowbrow Press, 2013
One poem in The List, ed. Kirsty Logan, 2013
One poem on Indiefeed, ed. Wess Mongo Jolley, 2013
One poem in Poems for Freedom, Freedom Press, 2013

I have also produced and edited several collaborative anthologies. You can find out more about these here.

Your Rabbit is Menacing the Neighbourhood – writing and art from residents of Lewisham Homes (editor), Meet Me At The Albany
Stories of Changing Lives Three (editor), Royal Edinburgh Hospital Patients Council, 2017
The Gender Garden
 (editor), LGBT Health and Wellbeing, 2016
Naked Among Thistles (editor), Elephant Juice, 2014

I also have two academic articles out there, focusing on creative writing and education:

McMahon, K (2019), Writing the Cards. Story Makers Dialogues [1], Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University.

McMahon, K (2019), Land as teacher: how connection with land, nature, and place can support creative writing pedagogy. Writing in Education [78], National Association of Writers in Education. (Forthcoming)

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