Search Results for 'GALWAY writer'

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Aindrias de Staic - The Man From Moogaga

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THERE WAS The Man From UNCLE, the man from Del Monte, The Man From Laramie, and ‘The Man From God Knows Where’, but Aindrias de Staic is The Man From Moogaga.

Galway writer's play to be staged in New York

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THE MCGOWAN Trilogy, a series of one-act plays by the award-winning Galway writer Seamus Scanlon will be performed as part of New York’s Annual Festival of Irish Theatre.

Galway writer wins Journalist of the Year

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Galway journalist and Hotpress writer Olaf Tyaransen won Journalist of the Year at the recent 2013 Irish Magazine Awards which were held in Dublin.

New book from Geraldine Mills

THE GALWAY writer Geraldine Mills will launch her new short story collection at a literary event in Kenny’s this Saturday.

Galway writer launches new book

WHEN A long-lost aunt bequeaths a mysterious golden cross to Amanda Morrison, a strange series of events ensues, taking her back to Mediaeval Ireland and the downfall of the Spanish Armada.

Julian Gough hits top spot in UK with ebook

CRASH!, Julian Gough’s surreal, comic, and topical Kindle Single novella about the Irish and European economic downturn, has become the top-selling short story in Britain.

Galway writer shortlisted for major poetry award

Galway based author Tom Duddy has been shortlisted for the prestigious Aldeburgh First Collection Award and is the only Irish writer to make the list.

Galway writer publishes book on Irish and Greek economic crisis

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A new book on the Irish and Greek economic crisis, co-edited by Galwegian Liam Leonard, and featuring leading economic commentators such as Constantin Gurdgiev and Kieran Allen, has just been published.

Galway writer in running for Frank O’Connor Award

GALWAY WRITER Moya Roddy has made the long list for the prestigious Frank O’Connor Award for her collection of short stories Other People.

Can Ming the Merciless save our turf cutting heritage?

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I have been watching the progress of Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan with some amusement, and admiration for a number of years. Amusement because of his long running campaign to legalise cannabis, which has to be a no-hoper. He has been convicted on several occasions for possession of the drug, but undaunted, he sent a beautifully rolled cannabis cigarette to every politician in the Oireachtas as part of his campaign, pleading for them to enjoy a smoke, inhale deeply, and support his cause. That man doesn’t know the meaning of ‘no’.

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