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SINCE 1900 Galway has produced a number of quality children’s authors, beginning with Pádraic Ó Conaire on his M'Asal Beag Dubh, and continuing with Eilis Dillon's The Lost Island and Island of the Horses; Walter Macken's Flight of the Doves and The Island of the Great Yellow Ox, and, of course, Pat O’Shea from Bohermore, with her now classic The Hounds of The Morrigan.
Building on the success of the inaugural Creative Arts Performance Points scheme in 2014, NUI Galway is to again reward a limited number of students with exceptional achievements in selected disciplines in the creative arts with CAO ‘Performance Points’ for entry into undergraduate courses in the University. This is the only Creative Arts Scholarship Scheme of its kind offered by a university in Ireland.
THE THIRD and final instalment in the Primrose Leary trilogy of books, prIMPERFECT, will be launched next month.
Galway author Deirdre Sullivan will launch her new novel, Improper Order, the sequel to the hilarious and much praised Prim Improper, next week.
Galway authors Caitríona Hastings and Deirdre Sullivan have been shortlisted for the 21st Bisto Children’s Book of the Year Awards 2011.
DUBRAY BOOKS on Shop Street is marking World Book Day with a series of events and readings in the shop today and tomorrow for children and young teens.
AS ALWAYS there is a huge variety of books available as gifts this Christmas which in an increasingly harsh economic climate offer wonderful value and, when chosen properly, are immensely and deeply appreciated.
Prim Improper, a new book for teens from the Galway author Deirdre Sullivan, will be launched in the Galway City Library next Wednesday at 6pm.
AFTER A successful run in London at the Hen & Chickens Theatre, Galway company Zelig brings Geraldine Aron’s The Donahue Sisters to the second Galway Theatre Festival.