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Nicaragua’s Gioconda Belli to read at Over The Edge

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GIOCONDA BELLI, the Nicaraguan poet, novelist, Feminist, and defender of human rights, will read at Over The Edge: Open Reading on Zoom on Thursday November 18 at 6.30pm.

Loyalist Billy Hutchinson to read at Over The Edge

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LOYALIST BILLY Hutchinson, a Belfast city councillor, will be among the readers at the Over The Edge annual non-fiction special on Thursday October 28 at 6.30pm.

Three poets go Over The Edge

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THE POETS Hannah Lowe, D'or Seifer, and Liz O’Riordan will be the readers at the Over The Edge: Open Reading on Zoom on Thursday September 30 at 6.30pm.

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.

Three poets go Over The Edge

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THE POETS Helen Ivory, Bill Richardson, and Sadhbh Goodwin will read at the next Over The Edge which will take place via Zoom on Thursday March 25 at 6.30pm.

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.

A darkly humorous look at surviving 2020

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COME THE end of the year, the question will not be, "How was 2020 for you?", but rather "How did you get through 2020?" In his new book, Galway poet Kevin Higgins will provide his answer.

 

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