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THE RAIN was splish splashing in its Galway fashion on Tuesday evening but that didn’t deter the many literature devotees who gathered at the House Hotel for the programme launch of this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature.
“IF EVER you go to Dublin Town/In a hundred years or so/Inquire for me in Baggot Street/And what I was like to know” wrote the poet Patrick Kavanagh, but you do not have to go to Dublin to find out about him.
WRITERS JAKI McCarrick, Ciaran Ferriter, and Paul Lewis, will read at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday February 23 at 6.30pm.
LEADING GALWAY poets like Gerry Hanberry, Alvy Carragher, Miceál Kearney, Pete Mullineaux, and Marie Cadden will read at the 2017 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase, which takes place next week.
Mayo wrappeded up their FBD League run for 2017 with a remarkable win over Roscommon on Sunday, we look back on a that win and pick out a few talking points. You can read our match report at http://www.advertiser.ie/mayo/article/89983/moran-seals-miracle-ending-for-mayo
It’s a long way from the business end of the year, but the determination shown by Mayo to dig out what looked like an impossible victory as the game moved towards the end of normal time and they trailed by five points is something that will warm the spirits of the Mayo faithful ahead of their league opener against Monaghan in a fortnights time.
THE GALWAY University Hospital Arts Trust is seeking entries for its annual poetry competition, which this year will be judged by leading Galway poet, Kevin Higgins, current writer-in-residence with the GUH Arts Trust.
GALWEGIANS WHO have long wanted to write poetry, but are not sure how, and poets looking to improve their skills, should check out a series of New Year classes with acclaimed poet Kevin Higgins.
POETS KEVIN Higgins, Fred Voss, David Betteridge, and Bob Starrett have poetry new collections from Culture Matters/Manifesto Press, which will be launched in Galway next week.
GALWEGIANS WITH short stories or poems to share, will have a chance to read them in public, and maybe win prizes, at two Over The Edge open-mics, part of Culture Night 2016.