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Writing for Children: A One-Day Workshop with Jane Mitchell and Patricia Forde

Unfortunately, due to low registration, we had to cancel this event. We hope to offer it or another event in 2014.

On Saturday, September 28, 2013, award-winning YA author Jane Mitchell and shortlisted children’s author Patricia (Trish) Forde will present a day-long workshop in Cork on writing for children. 39 more words

SCBWI Ireland

From the official announcement:The Dublin Writers Festival 2013

Check out Darragh Doyles highlights here Darragah works for woldirish (  he is formally of boards.ie)

From May 20 to 26, audiences are invited to ‘Be Part of the Story’ and hear the ideas behind the words as the finest Irish and international writers engage in readings, talks, debates, and workshops across the city. 721 more words


Launch of “Mise Agus An Dragún” by Patricia Forde

SCBWI Ireland member and author Patricia Forde has a new picture book coming out this month. As well as the book launch, she is participating in a number of events to encourage reading and writing for young children. 178 more words

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Galway Independent Article

Name: Patricia Forde
Location: Moycullen
Occupation: Author
Favourite thing about Galway: The accent
Worst thing about Galway: The lack of a municipal art gallery

Patricia Forde has spent most of her life working with children and the arts in Galway in one way or another, and the mother-of-two firmly believes that the arts has to start with children. 690 more words


Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh

A big hello to all the children at Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh in Galway.
Patricia Forde is going to visit them on Friday April 30th to read… 52 more words


Galway City Tribune Article

Here’s an newspaper story about Patricia Forde, that writer who helped Natalie with Frogs Do Not Like Dragons

Author Patricia’s got the write stuff

April 9, 2010 – 7:00am… 599 more words


Galway City Tribune Article

Author Patricia’s got the write stuff

April 9, 2010 – 7:00am

Lifestyles by Judy Murphy

She got so many rejection slips from publishers that she “could have papered at least one wall of a room with them”, but Patricia Forde never wavered in her desire to write stories for children. 560 more words