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Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering

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LOUIS DE PAOR, Eamonn Wall, and Alan McMonagle are among the writers reading at the Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering at the Galway City Library on Thursday June 25 at 6.30pm.

Far From Literature We Were Reared

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FAR FROM Literature We Were Reared the annual hooley of prose, poetry, music, and craic by Galway writers and performers, returns to the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8pm.

Galway writers to read in Easons

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ELEVEN GALWAY short story writers and poets will be reading from their work in Easons on Mondays and Tuesdays in September.

Seventeen writers to read in a library

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AWARD WINNING writer Martin Dyar, Alan McMonagle, Pete Mullineaux, and Susan Lindsay will be among the writers reading at an event in the Westside Library.

Noir By Noirwest - dark fiction from Irish writers

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FROM CRIME on Galway city streets to violence in trenches of WWI, the dark side of human nature is explored by 30 Galway writers in a major new short story collection.

A Galway Christmas book hamper

AT THE risk of milking a cliché to death, rumours of the demise of the book are greatly exaggerated if the amount of books published in Galway over the last 12 months is any indication.

Over The Edge anthology launch

OVER THE EDGE, the Galway literary event which features readings by poets and authors, and gives voice to emerging writers though its open mic, is 10 years old.

Portumna Shorelines Arts Festival starts today

ODAY SEES the opening of the Shorelines Arts Festival, which will be held throughout this weekend, in Portumna, selected as County Galway’s first Village of Culture.

Launch of new crime fiction book

THE NEW York based Irish writer Seamus Scanlon launches his new collection of crime fiction stories in Galway this evening.

Men of absolutely no importance

ALAN MCMONAGLE spectacularly succeeds where most short story writers fail: he creates characters who, however unlikely the scenario may initially appear, by the end of the first page he has the reader convinced such people definitely exist and should, for the most part, be avoided at all costs.

 

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