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Sarah Hamilton – Poster Girls

Sarah Hamilton holds a First-Class Honours in Creative Writing with University College Dublin. She has had pieces published in Pilcrow and Dagger, The Oval, and as a returning writer and Society editor for Cassandra Voices magazine. Today, she is writing … Continue reading

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IN MEMORIAM Angela Byrne – Three poems Angela Byrne was born in Dublin. Her training includes City and Guilds Printing, Guildford College of Technology, Surrey, UK. She was a founder member of the ‘Pauper’s Press Printing Cooperative’, Oxford, UK. In … Continue reading

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In the beginning, it felt outlandish, and then in slow lento, it became familiar. It was the impression I had when I first read the poems of Fahrudin Sehu. The feeling of outlandish was not because I do not know … Continue reading

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 9 (Printed Edition), April 2021 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 9, … Continue reading

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Susan Tepper & Digby Beaumont – Poems/Paintings Collaboration

Susan Tepper is the author of nine published books of fiction and poetry. Her most recent titles are CONFESS a poetry chapbook (Cervena Barva Press, 2020) and the quirky road novel WHAT DRIVES MEN (Wilderness House Press, 2019). Tepper has … Continue reading

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Jude Cowan Montague is an artist, poet, musician. Born in Manchester, she has lived mostly in London. At the age of 21 she went to Sumatra and learned to sing saluang songs and has been an alternative musician all her … Continue reading

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Elaine Lennon – Unicorn Horn

Elaine Lennon is a film historian. She is the author of ChinaTowne: The Screenplays of Robert Towne and is widely published in international film journals. She has a background in television production and film financing and was a lecturer for … Continue reading

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Artists of Galway – The project aims to be a hub and portal for Galway’s artists, cartoonists, photographers and sketchers.  It aspires to “flushing out” hidden artistic talent and promote this work on a worldwide stage via the Internet The … Continue reading

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An Appeal

As my Uncle from Mullingar used to say The Galway Review has been coming to you since November 2012 “for free, gratis and for nottin”. No contributor or reader has ever been charged for the worldwide service that The Galway … Continue reading

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Stand Out Online as a Writer in 2020 Full Website Design Package Special Offer, Only €660! No hidden Fees, No Add-ons! Why Pay More? Email: thegalwayreview@gmail.com Phone: 00353 87 1233042 Your website can be a tremendous tool for growing your … Continue reading

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This But Not Just This Where the Lighthouse Begins by Timothy Houghton. Cliffs of Moher [Eire]: Salmon Poetry. 62 pp, $14.95, €12.             A major poet, claimed W. H. Auden, changes over time: his later work is not like his … Continue reading

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