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DESPITE BEING one of the key movers and shakers in the west of Ireland poetry scene, Kevin Higgins has not given a major public reading in Galway since 2007.
GALWAY POETS are encouraged to enter the Dead Good Poetry Competition run by The Galway Rape Crisis Centre and Over the Edge.
GALWEGIANS ITCHING to get creative in 2013 or who would like guidance with a short stories, poems, or a novel they are working on, should check out the classes in the GTI.
A COUPLE of weeks ago, the Nuns Island Theatre hosted a remarkable multi-sensory and participative play entitled Fruit Full.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre will host poetry workshops with the acclaimed Galway poet Kevin Higgins in January.
THE ROLLING Stones sang about ‘Ruby Tuesday’; Primal Scream had ‘Gentle Tuesday’, but Galway has Wayword Tuesdays, a new book by the Tuesday Knights.
HAVE YOU written a poem, short story, or essay you are keen to see published and have people read? If so, The Galway Review is looking for you.
ASPIRING GALWAYpoets can have their work appraised by well-known poet Kevin Higgins at a series of workshops at the Galway Arts Centre in September.
THE OVER The Edge: Open Reading series returns to the Galway City Library on Thursday August 30 at 6.30pm with writers Leeanne Quinn, Pat Finnegan, and Adedotun Adekeye.
THE POET and critic Kevin Higgins and the novelist Esther Murbach will be reading in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop tomorrow at 6pm.