Stanley Notte is one of Ireland’s most talented writers, speakers and spoken word artists.
An entrepreneur who seeks opportunities to share his poetry and his creative ways with words.
An advocate for mental health awareness and understanding.
An MC with a quick wit and an engaging presence.
A lover of music and song writing.
A DJ who’s play list is constantly changing.
His work has been published in numerous publications including:
The Writer’s Magazine
The Galway Review
The Evening Echo
Lagans Online Poetry Day Ireland Mix.
He has been invited as a guest speaker on radio and events including:
Ray D’arcy show Today FM
Soho Radio London
The Changing Man Tedx event 2017
Slam Poetry National and Regional Events
Private Corporate Health Awareness Events
Numerous festivals including Body and Soul, Indiependence, Bare In The Woods and It Takes A Village
His combination of poetry, music and story -telling has received industry and TV recognition:
His poems are influenced by song titles of a chosen artist and he performs and records with The Lost Gecko.
He wrote and co-produced a poetry film “ Peter and the Wolf - Aladdin Sane” influenced by artist David Bowie. It was selected for screening at the Cork Indie Film Festival in 2016, the Dublin Bowie Festival in January 2017, and long listed at the Rabbit Heart Festival 2018.
His Poetry film Mrs Xavier (after The Frank and Walters) placed third at The Doolin Writer’s Festival Video Competition in 2019.
He was a finalist in the UK Ireland Toastmasters International speech competition.
Was featured in How To Be Happy (RTE Television), a two-part show exploring techniques that aid good mental health (2014).
In 2017 he was chosen to perform in the UK Twin Cities cultural exchange between O'Bheal (Cork) and Fire and Dust (Coventry). Producing a poetry chapbook “Spoken Worlds”.
He is also an editor and published author.
He’s the co-founder and curator of Solstice Sounds; a bi-annual magazine and Irelands only regular spoken word publication.
In 2008 he published a series of 6 books called One Short Story to be Told.
He continues to seek inspiration and collaborations that inspire his work and performances.