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Readings and book launches

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.

Go Over The Edge at Sheridan’s Wine Bar

THE POETS Ailbhe Darcy, John Corless, Tom Lavelle, Anthony Daly, and John Liddy will read at Sheridan’s Wine Bar on Friday July 3 at 8pm.

New creative writing course this autumn

This September Galway Arts Centre is offering a new fiction workshop, facilitated by writer Celeste Augé, who was shortlisted for a Hennessy Literary Award this year. Salmon Poetry recently published her collection ‘The Essential Guide to Flight’.

The unusual health of the Galway poetry scene

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EVELYN WAUGH said you should always give positive reviews to your friends, as it is terribly rude to give a bad review to a book you have not actually read.

North Beach Nights

THE WRITERS Celeste Auge, Maureen Gallagher, Gerry Hanberry, and Hugo Kelly will read at North Beach Nights in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Monday at 9pm.

All poetry’s children

A NEW series of poetry collections - In Sight of Home by Nessa O’Mahony, Pluto’s Noon Sky by Gary King, and Playing Poohsticks on Ha’Penny Bridge by Edward Lee - illustrate that there is no right way and no wrong way to write poetry.

Get writing for the New Year

IT IS said that everyone has at least one novel in them. The challenge is to sit down and write it from start to finish - but what skills do you need to learn to help you get your story on paper?


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