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THE SHORT story writer and poet Susan Millar DuMars will teach a series of creative writing classes at the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street, starting in September.
The Minister for Culture and the Arts Council has today announced €688,279 in Arts Grant funding for artists and arts organisations in Galway city and county.
AHEAD OF Bloomsday, County Galway publishing house Doire Press will hold the launch of a new poetry collection, Furey, by James Joyce. The Joyce in question is not the author of Ulysses but Galway’s own James Martyn Joyce, and the collection revolves around the vivid, memorable, persona of Furey.
FOUR NEW books will be launched at the next Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering - poetry collections by Stephanie Conn, Robyn Rowland, and Kate Ennals, and a new short story collection from Rosemary Jenkinson.
THE BYERLEY Turk, the Darley Arabian, and the Godolphin Barb, were three 18th century stallions that were the founders of the modern thoroughbred horse racing bloodstock. They have also inspired a new exhibition.
THE POETS Simon Lewis, Geraldine Dardis-O’Kane, and Alice Kinsella, will read at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday, March 29, at 6.30pm.
THE 2018 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase, featuring 14 different poets, takes place at Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop tomorrow evening at 6.30pm.
IF YOU are a woman, or have a mother, wife, girlfriend, sister, or daughter, the poems included in this new anthology, Bosom Pals: Eight Poets Share Their Experience of Breast Cancer could, some day, perhaps even today, prove invaluable.
MICHAEL LONGLEY, one of Northern Ireland’s foremost political poets, will read at the 40th Clifden Arts Festival, on a bill which also includes fellow poet Bernard O’ Donoghue, commonly referred to as the "nicest man in Oxford".
THE NEW poetry collections by Karen J McDonnell, This Little World published by Doire Press, and Butterflies Of A Bad Summer, by Karl Parkinson, published by Salmon, have two things in common.