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ELAINE FEENEY, one of the most promising new voices in Irish poetry will read at the North Beach Poetry Nights on Monday at 9pm in The Crane Bar.
RITA ANN Higgins has been one of the most individual and outspoken voices in Irish poetry for the last 25 years and her poetic journey continues with the publication of the ‘part essay, part rhyme’, Hurting God, a fascinating refection on family, religion, memory, and community.
Nine hundred copies of Hurting God, a new collection of essays and poems by Galway’s Rita Ann Higgins, may have to be pulped following controversy over some of its passages.
THE LINE-UP for the 33rd Clifden Community Arts Festival, which runs from September 16 to 26, was unveiled on Monday evening at a reception in Galway’s Courtyard Marriott Hotel.
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.
Julian Gough, the author, poet, and former singer with Toasted Heretic, will launch the latest edition of ROPES on Thursday April 22 in the Skeff Bar at 7pm.
FIVE GALWAY based poets, who have been vital to the development of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature, will each read five poems at a special event for this year’s Cúirt.
IAN RANKIN, JOYCE Carol Oates, Colum McCarthy, and The New Yorker’s Deborah Treisman, will take part in this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, which returns from Tuesday April 20 to Sunday 25.
THE CÚIRT International Festival of Literature celebrates its 25th birthday this year and to honour this milestone will present a strong contemporary programme of events from April 20 to 25.
TWO DIFFERENT books, both from Salmon Poetry, will be launched in Sheridan’s Wine Bar, Church Yard Street, on Friday March 13 at 8pm.