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Black Lives Matter - a night of poetry and discussion

Two poetry anthologies, which have emerged from the Black Lives Matter movements in both the USA and Britain, will get an Irish launch at the next Over The Edge reading.

Black Lives Matter - a night of poetry and discussion

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TWO POETRY anthologies, which have emerged from the Black Lives Matter movements in both the USA and Britain, will get an Irish launch at the next Over The Edge reading.

Three writers go Over The Edge

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A WOMAN from Phoenix, a man from Los Angeles, and a student from Galway will be the featured readers at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading on Zoom.

Over The Edge to launch next issue of Skylight 47

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AWARD WINNING poet, Grace Wells, will next week launch the next issue of Skylight 47, “possibly Ireland's most interesting poetry publication”.

Cúirt / Over The Edge showcase 2021

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THE 15TH annual Cúirt International Festival of Literature/Over The Edge showcase for emerging writers returns on Thursday, April 22nd at 1pm, via Zoom.

2021 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase

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Rita Ann Higgins, one of Galway's most original and outspoken poets, will be among those taking part in the 2021 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase.

Over The Edge - the birthday edition

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IF OVER The Edge were a person, it would now be eligible to vote and legally drink alcohol. This month, the literary reading series celebrates its 18th birthday with readings from Kathryn Slattery, Ciaran O’Rourke, and Stephen McNulty.

Fantasy, mediaeval France, and a skylark

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NINA ORAM, the author of the young adult fiction trilogy, The Carrowkeel Series, will be among the featured readers at next week's Over The Edge: Open Reading.

‘The arts take us to a different place, a more human place’

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THE ARTS are essential to politics, precisely because they can go beyond ideologies and entrenched positions, into the mind and lived experience of another person. Through the artist’s presentation of that life, we can see another perspective; who we might be in other circumstances; or into a reality we have been fortunate enough not to have lived.

1981 hunger striker to read at Over The Edge

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LAURENCE MCKEOWN, who endured 70 days on hunger strike in 1981 in the Maze Prison, and who since become an awarenesses winning writer, will read at the next Over The Edge.

 

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