An award-winning poet has partnered with two chefs to bring poetry to a new audience.
Clodagh Beresford Dunne has collaborated with the Dungarvan-based food artists Paul Flynn and Eunice Power as well as multi-media artist John Birmingham, for a unique project marking Poetry Day Ireland.
"Food for the Soul" is a collection of three of Clodagh Beresford Dunne's poems chosen by the two chefs and the artist and John Birmingham has created three short films.
"It's an honour to be involved in such an exciting collaboration with these creative people," the poet said.
"This project was the brainchild of Eunice Power and seeing these creatives connect with the work and create culinary performances inspired by my poetry is really special.
TV chef, entrepreneur and food writer Ms Power selected the poem Seven Sugar Cubes, which won Irish Poem of the Year in 2017.
It deals with the unexpected death of Ms Beresford Dunne's father in Australia in 2015 when the poet was in Ireland and unable to get to his bedside.