Hazel Hogan is a poet from Dublin. Hazel tackles wide-ranging societal issues in her work – from the housing crisis through to mental health. Hazel has been vegetarian and vegan for seven years, Animal Rights is somethings she cares about greatly.
She is part of the spoken word and Graffiti collective OutStraight. Hazel has performed at events such as Irish Literature Festival, Electric picnic, Emmet Kirwans Beats and Rhymes Stage, Body & Soul, Lingo:A spoken word festival, NYF Dublin, Knockanstockan, F Festival, St. Patrick festival, First Fortnight festival, The Monday Echo, PETTYCASH and Come Rhyme with Me. She is also part of the Dublin City of Literature project, Dublin: A Year in Words. She is the co-founder of the poetry, music and variety night, Words in the Warehouse that happened in the Grangegorman squat. She has been published on RTE and some of her work can be viewed there.
“Those are some fighting words” Saul Williams
“A true warrior of words” RTE Culture