Three poets go Over The Edge

Helen Ivory, Bill Richardson, and Sadhbh Goodwin read at the March installment of Galway's monthly literary event

Helen Ivory.

Helen Ivory.

THE POETS Helen Ivory, Bill Richardson, and Sadhbh Goodwin will read at the next Over The Edge which will take place via Zoom on Thursday March 25 at 6.30pm.

Helen Ivory is a British poet and visual artist living in Norwich. Her most recent collection is The Anatomical Venus. She also edits the poetry webzine, Ink Sweat and Tears, and teaches creative writing online for the University of East Anglia/WCN. A book of her mixed media poems, Hear What the Moon Told Me, is published by KFS.

Sadhbh Goodwin from Galway. Their poetry has been published in the Wild Words anthology, in the Galway Advertiser's Vox Galvia, Cinders magazine, and They write as Gaeilge and in English.

Bill Richardson is emeritus professor in Spanish at NUI Galway. He has published books and articles on Spanish and Latin American literature and culture. His poems have appeared in the Galway Advertiser's Vox Galvia, The Galway Review, and The Stony Thursday Book.

How to tune in

The MC for the evening will be Susan Millar DuMars. To join in The meeting ID is 738 901 3549.

There will be an open-mic after the Featured Readers. New readers are welcome at the open-mic. Those interested in taking part should text Kevin Higgins on 087-6431748, or email [email protected], between 6pm and 6.30pm on the evening of the reading.


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