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WHAT IS your favourite poem? Would you like to hear other people’s favourites too? Would you like to discover new poets? If the answer is Yes to any of these, then read on.
KARL SPAIN can afford to wear that trademark mischievous smile. The last two years have seen the Limerick comedian enjoying the form of his life and truly hit his stride as anyone who has seen him at either this, or last year’s, Galway comedy festivals will testify.
Writers from near and far and literature devotees are celebrating another exciting line-up at the Cúirt International Festival of Literature.
POETRY WORKSHOPS for beginners, intermediate, and advanced, will be given by Galway poet Kevin Higgins in the Galway Arts Centre.
BALLYKILLDOWNA, A play by the award-winning Galway poet Shaun Leonard, is being staged by ThereisBear! Theatre as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
Kevin Faller was born in the Crescent in 1920. His father was John Patrick Faller and his mother was Madeleine Quinn from Tuam. They both died within six months of each other when Kevin was very young, so he and his brother Liam were brought up by their grandfather Stephen Faller. Kevin’s aunt Minnie, who was married to Nicholas O’Halloran, also helped to rear him.
GALWAY POETS are encouraged to enter the Dead Good Poetry Competition run by The Galway Rape Crisis Centre and Over the Edge.
GALWAY POET Stephen Murray, author of the acclaimed debut collection House Of Bees, will host weekend poetry workshop in Burrin, Kinvara.
“ALL GOOD books are alike in that they are truer than if they had really happened and after you are finished reading one you will feel all that happened to you and afterwards it all belongs to you; the good and the bad, the ecstasy, the remorse and sorrow, the people and the places and how the weather was.”
THE 30TH anniversary of the founding of Salmon Poetry will be marked at the Over The Edge reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday October 27 at 6.30pm.