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Nothing to lose in getting dressed

I OWE the world a confession: this book came perilously close to not happening because, when Susan Lindsay joined one of the poetry workshops I facilitate at Galway Arts Centre, way back in January 2005, I almost put her off poetry for life.

In praise of small presses

DURING THE recent bad weather, a conversation I had with a Breton friend who lives outside Montreal came to mind: “When you get up in the morning and spend two hours digging your car out from the snow to discover that you have dug out your next door neighbour’s car, it is time to go back to bed.”

Susan Millar DuMars to launch new short story collection

SUSAN MILLAR DuMars, the Galway based writer, poet, and creative writing teacher, will launch her new short story collection, Lights In The Distance, this weekend.

Hawaii Five-O and streams of consciousness

DRIFTING UNDER The Moon, published by Dedalus Press, is the second book by Westport’s Ger Reidy. Unlike most poets, Reidy has a proper job – he is a civil engineer with the Mayo County Council.

North Beach Poetry Nights

FARMER, ECOLOGIST, poet, and performer without equal, Miceál Kearney will be reciting from his work at the next North Beach Poetry Nights.

Poetry reading in An Spidéal

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GALWAY POETS John Walsh and Gerry Galvin will read in the Spiddal Library at a free event next Wednesday at 7.30pm.

After the Revolution

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GERRY GALVIN’S No Recipe, Where’s Katie by Elaine Feeney, Invitation To A Sacrifice by Dave Lordan, and In Other Words by Mary Madec are all evidence that the Irish poetic revolution of the last 20 years has now reached something like completion.

North Beach Poetry Nights

BRENDAN MURPHY, the 2007 All-Ireland Slam Champion will perform his poetry at the North Beach Poetry Nights in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Monday at 9pm.

Gary King to launch poetry collection

PLUTO’S NOON Sky, the debut collection of poetry from Gary King, will be launched at 12 noon this Saturday in the Galway City Museum.

All poetry’s children

A NEW series of poetry collections - In Sight of Home by Nessa O’Mahony, Pluto’s Noon Sky by Gary King, and Playing Poohsticks on Ha’Penny Bridge by Edward Lee - illustrate that there is no right way and no wrong way to write poetry.


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