Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Howard Richard Debs’ debut work Gallery Recipient of 2017 Best Book Award

Howard Richard Debs’ debut work Gallery Recipient of 2017 Best Book Award Toronto, Canada, December 10, 2017 With 1000’s of entries world-wide competing in multiple categories, Howard Debs’ new book Gallery: A Collection of Pictures and Words which includes fiction, … Continue reading

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MA Graduation was a seminal event in Daniel Sammon’s life

At a time when many people might be retiring or taking life a little bit easier, a student who recently graduated with an MA in Writing degree was doing the opposite. He might not have sat down and planned it … Continue reading

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Ann Henning Jocelyn to partake of Nobel Prize festivities

Ann Henning Jocelyn from Cashel, Connemara, is spending this week in Stockholm to partake of Nobel Prize festivities, as she translated this year’s literary Laureate, Kazuo Ishiguro, into Swedish. Ann Henning Jocelyn was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1948. After … Continue reading

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Karen J McDonnell – Wall

Karen J McDonnell is a 2017 Hennessy/Irish Times shortlisted writer. Her work is widely published, and has won and been listed in competitions including the 2017 Robert Monteith, Poems for Patience, and Dermot Healy Poetry prizes. Non-fiction was nominated for … Continue reading

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Katacha Díaz – Remembering Pam

Katacha Díaz is a Peruvian-American writer.  She lives and writes in a quaint little historic town at the mouth of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest. Among the children’s books she has authored is Badger at Sandy Ridge Road … Continue reading

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Festival of Wild Atlantic Writing, in the footsteps of Ted Hughes

Doonreagan in Cashel, Connemara, formerly home to Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, was the venue last weekend of the Festival of Wild Atlantic Writing. The convivial gathering was hosted by Robert Jocelyn and Ann Henning Jocelyn, owners of Doonreagan. Among the … Continue reading

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The Galway Review 6 – Printed Edition, April 2018

Submission guidelines: Submissions, poetry, short fiction, plays and non-fiction or extracts, reviews and criticism (up to 2500 words) now being sought for the next issue of The Galway Review 6, printed Edition, (April 2018). We are also interested in receiving … Continue reading

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FESTIVAL OF WILD ATLANTIC WRITING

FESTIVAL OF WILD ATLANTIC WRITING in the footsteps of Ted Hughes To be held at Doonreagan, Cashel, Co. Galway, Ireland October 27th-29th, 2017. doonreagan@gmail.com Tel: 00353 95 31049 Click here for: WILD ATLANTIC WRITING PROGRAMME

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The Kerryman: Writers’ Week launch for Matt Mooney’s new collection of poetry ‘The Singing Woods’

The Kerryman,  June 3 2017  Well-known Listowel poet Matt Mooney’s latest collection of verse is set to ‘shake us out of our complacency’ according to the man about to launch it at Writers’ Week. Listowel native Éamon Ó Murchú will … Continue reading

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Éamon Ó Murchú launched  Matt Mooney’s new poetry collection ‘The Singing Woods’

Éamon Ó Murchú launched  Matt Mooney’s new poetry collection ‘The Singing Woods’ at Writers Week in Listowel with great flair and effect bilingually and both he and Madeleine Ó Sullivan read with Matt conveying a number of key themes in … Continue reading

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