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THERE ARE plenty of opportunities for poets to read their work in public, but far fewer for fiction writers, which is why the Over The Edge annual fiction slam, now in its 11th year, is such a valuable local institution.
POETRY SLAMS are common and there are always opportunities for poets to read their work aloud. Not so for fiction writers, which is why the annual Over The Edge Fiction Slam is such a welcome event.
THERE ARE many slam events for poets, but fiction writers never get the same look it. To rectify this, the ninth Over The Edge annual fiction slam returns to The Kitchen at the Galway City Museum next week.
SLAM EVENTS provide an opportunity for poets to read their work in public are plenty, but there are fewer opportunities for fiction writers, so the seventh annual Over The Edge Fiction Slam is a welcome event.
THIS MONTH’S Galway Arts Centre Poetry Slam takes place on Tuesday March 19 at 7pm at the centre on Dominick Street.
THIS MONTH’s North Beach Poetry Nights will have a fiction slant as the night will see the launch of a new short story anthology.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre’s November Poetry Slam takes place this Tuesday at 7pm in the Dominick Street venue.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre Poetry Slam kicks off again on Tuesday at 7pm at the centre on 47 Dominick Street.
KERRY POET Donal Ó Siadhachain, the 2008 All Ireland Slam Winner, will read at the next North Beach Poetry Night on Monday at 9pm in The Crane Bar.