Winner of the Swansea Poetry Slam 2016 and Hammer&Tongue Slam at Edinburgh Fringe 2016
She’s like getting hit by a lightning bolt of LIFE– Adam Walton BBC Radio
Sybil in Delphi and the High Priestess of Hip. Some of her poetry had an offbeat spirituality to it, reminding me of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl. A wonderful mix of psychedelic stream of consciousness, urban punk, post-beat poetry, psycho-metaphysics with a bit of Zen thrown in for good fun. A lexical ensemble of wonderful diversity, shot through with eclectic imagery and electric metaphors: ‘nothing is supernatural when your mind is truly yours. – Michael Dante, Chinwag Poetry
Grounded and unbound, with as many vocal tones as there are corners of the soul, multi-instrumentalist and lyrical tour de force, Stephanie Finegan is an artist of effortless originality. She transcends acoustic singer-songwriter, electronica, hip hop and slam poetry seamlessly. Her art is an adventure through the forest of the heart.
Currently locked in an attic making noise live in a box and finalising her soon to be released poetry book Bharat Mata, an unedited poetrydiary of a month in India, which is breathing as you read this. Her debut poetry book, esc//. is available to order here now.