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Reading by Colin Barrett at UCC, 16th January 2015.

UCC School of English, the Munster Literature Centre and UCC Library have come together, guided by Writer-in-Residence Leanne O’Sullivan, to create a truly exciting series of readings. 718 more words

Public Reading

W.B. YEATS 2015

150th CELEBRATION OF W.B. YEATS BIRTH

W.B. Yeats has long been recognised as one of the greatest writers from Ireland.He is best known as a poet in Ireland and Internationally.What has been less recognised,however is his contribution to Irish Culture as a playwright. 94 more words

Gig Reviews

2015 CELEBRATION OF IRISH WRITER W.B. YEATS BIRTH 150 YEARS AGO

Yeats 2015

  W.B. Yeats has long been recognised as one of the greatest writers from Ireland.

He is best known as a poet in Ireland and Internationally.What has been less recognised,however is his contribution to Irish Culture as a playwright. 94 more words

ARTS

December morning run in the woods.

“It’s easier coming down.” Said the voice from one of the five of the; ‘five damsels a running!’ That’s what I called the four pink and one yellow girls running down the hill towards me in the wood’s this morning, who had observed me struggling up the same hill. 371 more words

Nature

Irish Speculative Fiction Writers: Fitz-James O'Brien (1828-1862)

Fitz-James O’Brien is almost certainly the only Irish speculative fiction writer to have died of injuries suffered in the American Civil War.  Cork born, he emigrated to the US in his mid twenties and started writing for publications such as Harpers soon after arriving.   374 more words

Irish Speculative Fiction