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LOUIS DEPAOR, Sarah Clancy, and Gerry Hanberry take part in the Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase at Charlie Byrne’s, on Friday February 13 from 6.30pm.
THERE ARE those for whom being a poet is, to paraphrase Angela Carr’s fine poem ‘Occupied’, “the new black”. If you are young and fit, all you need do is write long poems about what is going on at street level and wave your arms around when you read them.
AWARD WINNING writer Martin Dyar, Alan McMonagle, Pete Mullineaux, and Susan Lindsay will be among the writers reading at an event in the Westside Library.
OVER THE EDGE, the Galway literary event which features readings by poets and authors, and gives voice to emerging writers though its open mic, is 10 years old.
AN OVER The Edge reading, in conjunction with Away with Words, the Galway based creative writing programme for people with intellectual disabilities, takes place next week.
A COUPLE of weeks ago, the Nuns Island Theatre hosted a remarkable multi-sensory and participative play entitled Fruit Full.
AWAY WITH Words - brainchild of Claude Madec of the Brothers of Charity Services - is an arts project which enables people with intellectual disabilities to explore creativity through writing.
THE 2011 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase takes place on Friday February 11 at 8pm in Café 8 at The Galway City Museum.
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.
WRITERS PARTAKING in NUI, Galway’s American Conference for Irish Studies, will do two special readings for Over The Edge in Sheridan’s Wine Bar.