Una Mullally is an award-winning writer, journalist, poet, producer and activist from Dublin. A columnist and feature writer for The Irish Times, she contributes opinion pieces to The Guardian, and her writing has appeared in Granta Magazine, and anthologies including A Century Of Progress? Irish Women Reflect, The Trib: Highlights From The Sunday Tribune, and The Irish Times Book of the Year. She co-founded the queer spoken word event Come Rhyme With Me, and co-founded The Irish Times’ award-winning Women’s Podcast. She has presented television programmes including I Am Irish (RTE) and seven series of an alternative music show for TG4. She currently serves as the Independent Chair of the development of Ireland’s first National LGBT Youth Strategy. Her first book, In The Name Of Love, an oral history of the movement for marriage equality in Ireland, was published in 2014. She is editing an upcoming anthology about the abortion rights movement in Ireland with the publisher Unbound, and is also working on her second non-fiction book.
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