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Women Aloud NI
Celebrating women writers of all genres from or based in Northern Ireland. Voted Best Wildcard & Best Collaborative Work . Tweets from the team.
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Gaynor Kane 16h
Thank you, Karen! We had a great day.
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Gaynor Kane 15h
Great fun was had, as well has the serious stuff! If you would like to come along to the event on 2nd February, phone 02842788387 to book.
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Holywood_Writers 16h
Replying to @HolywoodWriters
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Gaynor Kane 15h
Join next week as we go to several libraries for I'll be in library on Monday evening - I've written a new for it.
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Women Aloud NI 5m
Congratulations, Trish! We'll keep everything crossed for you 🤞🤞🤞
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Caroline Johnstone 1h
Why writing in a journal is like Marie Kondo for the mind | The Star
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Gaynor Kane 15h
I'd an interesting chat with Neil yesterday about a poem I'm reading at the event. It's about clothes the early female pilots wore from my (by ) and he told me that Lady Edith was an advocate of trousers & refused to ride side saddle.
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Gaynor Kane 15h
I'm excited to be hosting this event for Thanks to the generosity of ! Grab a coffee and treat in while you listen to some tales from the writers of
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Alex Catherwood 17h
Two more super shorties from exquisite and totally different collections. Our Lady Of Paris from In Other Rooms Other Wonders by Daniyal Mueenuddin (2009) and Amundsen from Alice Munro’s Dear Alice (2012)
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Seanín 19h
This poem from Little Deaths is in memory of my uncle, who we lost suddenly 10 years ago today. "Wrap it tenderly. Cradle the ache so your arms aren't empty and bird-foot through the debris of his memory..."
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Ellie Rose McKee 18h
I’ll be reading at this
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Seanín 21h
We're firmly in the new year now, so I am thrilled to share that I have work forthcoming in the Spring issue of ' magazine, Under The Radar. My poetry shelves & handbag are filled with Nine Arches titles, so this is particularly special. A little dream made real.
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Trish Bennett Writer 22h
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jo zebedee 22h
This is I’ll be fun, lots of reading and the culmination of the first event featuring . More to follow!
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Margot McCuaig 23h
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Olivia rana 22h
Delighted to be reading at this event to help celebrate International Women’s Day 2019!
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Margot McCuaig 22h
Check out this fab line-up of talent! Excited to be taking part in this event. Come along if you can!
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KellyCreighton 23h
My favourite time of year! Come join us
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Women Aloud NI 23h
Please join us on Friday 8th March, in at 4pm, to celebrate the diversity of women's writing. The event will be hosted by with assistance from See the Facebook event here:
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Women Aloud NI 23h
Please join us for a celebration of at on Friday 8th March at 11am for some stories and poems reflecting the diversity of women's writing! 📚🔊 All welcome (particularly men♂️)!
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