G L I M M E R S

A warm, West of Ireland welcome, friend, to G L I M M E R S : a substack offered to you by writer, mother and grower Kerri ní Dochartaigh.

G L I M M E R S is a substack dedicated to those sharp, bright moments of joy in our days. It is a meditation on why we need creativity, inspiration, and beauty; now more than ever.

Let’s talk about how this substack works so you can decide if it is something you’d like to support.

~ ~ Becoming a free subscriber will see one or two posts a month land in your inbox ~ ~

Book reviews, the occasional writing exercise and info on upcoming book tours, events, etc.

~ ~ Becoming a paid subscriber is where is gets really beautiful, though!

I write to my paid subscribers twice a week ~~

Paid subscribers can comment on all posts and be part of the gorgeous, inspiring community of writers, artists, caregivers and wanderers that I am honoured to have showing up here in this space.

Paid subscribers have exclusive first reads, access to exclusive interviews with other creatives hosted by me, insight to my creative practice, early invite to book courses & retreats, and ongoing writing exercises, tips and more.

This spring my paid subscribers will receive a gentle, six week writing course NESTING: on making a home within yourself — straight into their inboxes.

Paid subscribers will also be the first people offered the chance to sign up for the next two sessions of my sell out course GLIMMERS, which has received such gorgeous feedback.

Really all I want is to carve a space for the light.

I would love to hold that space, dance in that light, together.

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A meditation on why we need creativity, inspiration, & beauty; now more than ever. Trying to honour those bright, fleeting moments that weave themselves into our days. Feeling my way towards tenderness through beauty. On one-another-ness; tenderness &

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Kerri ní Dochartaigh 

Mother Writer Grower