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Nothing like a bit of Beckett to cut the Patrick’s Day treacle - March 14

As you might already know, I am never wholly comfortable with the tourist board clichéd paddywhackery that often attends St. Patrick’s Day.  So what better way to mark these rejoicings than a celebration of the least clichéd, least paddywhakerish Irish writer imaginable, Mr. 147 more words

Kevin Holohan

HONOR MOLLOY: SMART AND SASSY DUBLIN SAVAGE

What was life like on the streets and in the markets of Dublin in the 1960s? What did it sound like, how did it look and how did it smell?   334 more words

STORYTELLING

CHRISTMAS SALON AT THE HOME OF THE CONSUL GENERAL OF IRELAND

The heavy clouds, which blanketed New York City Friday afternoon, lifted in the early evening, revealing a city teeming with glistening buildings, golden domes standing out against a blackened sky, and necklaces of light, which illuminate New York’s bridges. 493 more words

NEW YORK CITY

IRISH AMERICAN WRITERS & ARTISTS’ SALON AT THE THALIA CAFE, 10/9/12

By Charles R. Hale

Guenevere Donohue began Tuesday night’s IAW&A salon at the Thalia Café with a dose of history and a shot of soul…Irish style. 942 more words

Literature

Invitation to "Smarty Girl" Audio Book Launch with Music, Song and Storytelling

Smarty Girl: Dublin Savage

An Audio Book Launch with Music, Song and Storytelling

in association with Irish American Writers and Artists

Tuesday, May 15 | 7:30 pm… 220 more words

Literature

Writing & Storytelling Workshop with Honor Molloy

“I have seen many perform their written work over the last forty years, but it is easy to say that Honor Molloy, on the page or in person, is one of the very best I have ever experienced.”   158 more words

Literature

WHO'S DEAD AND WHO'S DYING STORIES

Last night, at an Irish American Writers and Artists’ Salon, my friend Honor Molloy and I were joking about my predilection for tales of the dead and dying.   171 more words

STORYTELLING