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"THE SERVICE of great kings may carry its own rewards, but the service of truth goes unrewarded and is, for that very reason, worth far more.”
THE GALWAY Fringe Festival - normally an event on the streets, stages, and venues of the city - is moving online this year to provide "a creative digital space for new and emerging artists to get on a virtual stage and share their talents despite pandemic woes".
THE POETS Knute Skinner, Derek Coyle, and Sinead Mongan will read from their work at the August Over The Edge: Open Reading via Zoom on Thursday August 27 from 6.30pm.
SKYLIGHT 47, regarded as “possibly Ireland's most interesting poetry publication”, will have the launch of its latest issue broadcast live from Galway.
THE OVER The Edge readings are back! Covid-19 has prevented the city's popular literary institution from taking place in the city library, but Digital technology is facilitating its return next month.
I WROTE this poem in 2014 after the English poet Helen Mort, who, as well as being an excellent poet, is an accomplished cross country runner, asked me: "And do you run?"
THE POETS Fiona Foster, Meabh Ann McCrossan, and Grace Wilentz are the featured readers at this month's Over The Edge, which takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday February 27 at 6.30pm.
THERE HAS been much tweeting lately about inclusivity in Irish poetry publishing and reviewing, particularly in relation to women poets. I’m all in favour of giving platforms to poets who are not white heterosexual males.
OVER THE Edge will mark its first outing of 2020 and its 17th Birthday this month, with a reading by the poets Attracta Fahy, Orla Fay, and the fiction writer Louise Kennedy.