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This month marks the commencement of the 11th year of the Over The Edge series of monthly literary readings run by poets Susan Millar DuMars and Kevin Higgins. Founded as a platform for emergent writers, OTE has showcased the work of some 300 authors since its inception. An impressive statistic in itself, no less impressive is the fact that more than 40 of the OTE readers have gone on to have their work published in book form. The high quality and lively diversity of their writing is much to the fore in the recently published Over The Edge, the First Ten Years, An Anthology of Fiction and Poetry from Salmon Poetry.
WEST OF Ireland writers Maureen Gallagher and Mary Ellen Fean will read their work as part of Culture Night in Galway city tomorrow.
For the 40 days of Lent you can join with others for the Belmullet/Erris Lions Club Annual Slimathon.
Galway-based poet Maureen Gallagher has won the Goldsmith Poetry Award 2011 for her sonnet ‘By The River’.
THE GALWAY based publisher Wordonthestreet, is getting set to launch its three latest publications - two poetry collections and a book of short stories.
Galway writer Maureen Gallagher has been awarded first prize in the Leyney Writers 2009 Short Story Competition.
THE 2009 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase takes place at Sheridan’s Wine Bar, 14-16 Church Yard Street, on Friday February 6 at 8pm.
I FIRST met Maureen Gallagher in the summer of 1985 on a protest outside Dunnes Stores’ Terryland branch in support of the workers at the Henry Street branch, Dublin, who were on strike because one of them had been sacked for refusing to handle South African goods.
Galway writers Maureen Gallagher and Alan McMonagle will read at An Spidéal Library this evening at 7.30pm. Maureen will read from her first collection of poetry Calling The Tune, while Alan will read from his new collection of short stories Liar, Liar. Both writers are published by WordsontheStreet.
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.