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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.
THE CÚIRT International Festival of Literature began life 30 years ago as a festival dedicated exclusively to poetry. Its remit is wider today, but poetry remains a key factor.
CONSCIOUS OF the fact that Galway’s literary festival, Cúirt, was becoming somewhat estranged from the people of Galway, for whom it was inaugurated, it was decided four years ago to organise a number of events in and for local communities, to bring the festival back to the people.
THERE WAS a time when a photograph of Mick Wallace must have marked the bull’s eye of the dartboard in Justice Minister Alan Shatter’s office. That dartboard must be overcrowded these days with pictures of political foes and the Minister running out of enough darts to throw at them all.
ENDANGERED SPECIES, marine biology, poetry, and visual art will be up for discussion in Wordhaus #2.
THE 2014 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase takes place at the Galway Arts Centre’s Nuns’ Island Theatre on Friday February 7 at 8pm.
IT WOULD be difficult to find three Irish poets more different from each other than Athenry’s Elaine Feeney; Belfast born, Galway resident Fred Johnston; and Dubliner Alan Jude Moore.
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.
THE NORTH Beach Poetry Nights will host the Connacht Heat of the All-Ireland Slam on Monday in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, at 7pm.
HE POETS Elaine Feeney, Stephen Murray, and Alan Jude Moore will launch their new collections in De Burgo’s this Saturday at 4pm.