Calling all opinionated poets Los Angeles Times 31, The Times' Opinion section will run a page of opinionated poetry, and we're inviting submissions. So pick up your pen and register your opinion in the form of a haiku or a sonnet or a limerick.
The Arts Council is pleased to announce that Paula Meehan has chosen her first selection for the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary Award. Doireann Ní Ghríofa is the Bursary recipient for 2014-15. She is the first awardee of the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary to be chosen by Paula Meehan since her appointment as Ireland Professor of Poetry. Previous winners of the award include accomplished poets Jessica Traynor, Billy Ramsell, Dave Lordan, Miriam Gamble, Leanne O' Sullivan, Leontia Flynn, Maureen Boyle, Nick Laird, Iggy McGovern and Alice Lyons. The award is a major national honour and gives the winner four weeks at the famous Tyrone Guthrie artist's retreat in County Monaghan to concentrate on the creation of new work.
The National American author Joseph O'Neill's Dubai-set novel The Dog makes Man Booker ... The National At least for authors lucky enough to count themselves as a citizen of the Commonwealth, the Republic of Ireland or Zimbabwe.
The Enemies project presents a collaborative poetry project between Ireland and England featuring 6 of the most dynamic young poets in those nations . Following a country wide tour of Ireland, from Belfast to Galway, from Derry to Dublin, where the poets collaborated to read new works across the nation in the autumn of 2014, this event showcases the best of that work alongside screenings and a discussion.
Celebrating the great modern tradition of Irish experimental poetry alongside innovative collaborative practise, Yes but are we Enemies will be a unique evening of poetry.
Featuring Christodoulos Makris, Sam Riviere, Ailbhe Darcy, Patrick Coyle, Billy Ramsell, SJ Fowler and many other Irish Avant Gardists. Supported by The Irish Arts Council.
The Guardian Bright Travellers review – Fiona Benson's first collection of poetry The Guardian Never mind movements, schools and styles: fundamentally, there are two types of poet – those who see spirits, and those who just drink them.
The Guardian Bookmark ireland: literary events and festivals 2014 The Guardian Ireland's landscape and history – rich, rugged, romantic – have inspired some of the world's greatest writers and poets: James Joyce, WB Yeats, Seamus Heaney, to name a...
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