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THE FIRST Over The Edge: Open Reading of 2015 takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday January 22 from 6.30pm to 8pm, with writers Liz Quirke, Michelle Coyne, and Paula Cunningham.
GET UP off the chair, get out of your routine, leave the house, and enjoy a host of free events - exhibitions, concerts, readings, and all manner of arts related happenings on Culture Night, which takes place this Friday.
The Galway Review 2, an anthology featuring an array of Galway writers, will be officially launched as part of the Cúirt festival.
THREE GALWAY based writers, Alvy Carragher, Kate Ennals, and Michael Farry, will read at Over The Edge in the Galway City Library on Thursday February 27 at 6.30pm.
The first ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ after the summer break takes place in Galway City Library on Thursday August 29, from 6.30pm to 8.00pm. The featured readers on the night are Art Stringer, Ron Houchin, and Kernan Andrews. There will, as usual, be an open mic after the featured readers have finished. The evening will also see the announcement of the long list for this year’s Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition, which received a very healthy number of entries again this year.
A NEW website, dedicated to promoting the work of artists in Galway is online and is encouraging Galwegians to send it works to display.
OVER THE Edge at the Galway City Library on Thursday May 30 at 6.30pm will feature Thomas McCarthy, Eileen Ní Shuilleabháin, and Seán Kenny.
Edna O’Brien, Seamus Heaney, and Michael Longley, three of the titans of contemporary Irish literature, are coming to Galway for the 2013 Cúirt International Festival of Literature from April 23 to 28.
He lived through the communist regime of Enver Hoxha; pursued journalism for 13 years; sought political asylum in Ireland; published poetry in Albanian and English; and now in Galway, he is a tireless promoter and supporter of the city’s cultural and artistic scene. He is Ndrek Gjini.
HAVE YOU written a poem, short story, or essay you are keen to see published and have people read? If so, The Galway Review is looking for you.