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Connecting Poetry and People. Funded by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon & The Arts Council of NI. Also and (Education)
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bath magg 19h
Our ridiculously talented editor will publish his pamphlet '54 Questions for the Man Who Sold a Shotgun to My Father' on Sep. 23rd w/ . Huge congratulations from all of us, Joe! We couldn't be prouder!🦆🥳🛁 Pre-order here:
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Fulbright Ireland Aug 10
14 AUGUST WEBINAR: Ireland-USA Scholarships for Artists, Writers, Arts Professionals & Students in 2021-2022. Fulbright Alum Helen O'Donoghue, Nell Regan, Orla Murphy & David Stone will share their experiences & tips. ALL WELCOME! Register:
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Theresa Donnelly 20h
August 12th for immediately comes to mind for the letter I wonder can we learn more from the dead than from the living?
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The Poet 22h
For I’m rolling the dice with this one
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UCC Ireland 21h
June 1989 Seamus Heaney, John Montague, and Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill wrote their poems by hand on the first loose vellum leaves that would eventually be incorporated into The Great Book of Ireland Watch the documentary on The Great Book of Ireland on Thursday August 20
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Strokestown Poetry Aug 12
USA poet & writer Justin Hunt reads his prize winning poem (2nd in Strokestown Int 2020).
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Catherine Ann Cullen 20h
Guinness gets more than a few glances in this week's of the letter ! This one from is making me thirsty!
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SouthDublinLibraries Aug 11
Poets, have you entered our Poetry Competition, judged by Peter Sirr. Free to enter. Deadline: 24th August. Full guidelines here:
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Karen J McDonnell Aug 12
My mind turns to George's Street Arcade where old dreams and friendships were made.
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TrinityLongRoomHub Aug 11
The is delighted to announce a special online event to mark the anniversary of Heaney's death 'Fields of Vision: and Society' also featuring readings of his work by distinguished actor Adrian Dunbar. On 2nd Sept details + booking:
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Catherine Ann Cullen Aug 12
G is for Gardiner Street, says in his response to this week's of the letter . Great stuff!
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Mary Aug 11
A couplet for G’s for Guinness Storehouse and for its rooftop Gravity Bar, for Brendan Gleeson’s ‘Pint of Plain’ - O’Brien’s favourite jar.
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Catherine Ann Cullen Aug 12
Replying to @poetryireland
2/2 You can see Ab Fab verses on the letters A to F on . Today’s samples by your are attached. What's your ?! Tweet with text only or your own illustrations please!
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Poetry Ireland Aug 12
This week’s from is the letter G. Tweet your couplet/short rhyme inspired by the letter and Dublin city.
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The Stinging Fly Aug 11
Please join us on Thursday evening for what will be our first online launch event… streaming from 8pm via Youtube:
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Poetry Ireland Aug 11
Many thanks to all of our supporters, including our Friends who help support the work of Poetry Ireland through their annual membership. Find out more about becoming a Friend:
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ACNI Writing Aug 11
ATTENTION IRISH POETS! Patrick & Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship of up to €8,000, specifically for Irish poets in their middle years, who have published a body of work & are in need of assistance. Closes THIS FRIDAY 14 AUG DETAILS HERE
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Aosdána Aug 11
Congratulations to Peter Sirr who has been announced the winner of the 2020 Farmgate Café National Poetry Award by for his latest collection of poetry 'The Gravity Wave' published by .
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Poetry Ireland Aug 11
The first Reading after the summer break takes place via Zoom on Thursday 27 August at 6.30-8.00pm. Featured readers include Knute Skinner, Derek Coyle, & Sinead Mongan
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Poetry Ireland Aug 11
Poetry in Bloom Create a poem or write lyrics inspired by nature observed at Powerscourt Gardens. Everyone aged 7+ is invited to take part. All submissions will be entered into an open prize draw. Closing date 30 Sept.
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