Thursday, July 30, 2015
Boyle Arts Festival Readings
Boyle Arts Festival event on Saturday next 1st August at 5.30pm in King House, Boyle, Co Roscommon. Entry: €5.
Join the Moylurg Writers as they give selected readings of poetry and prose.
The results of the Boyle Arts Festival 2015 Poetry Competition will also be announced. Winners' poems will be read and judge, Joseph Woods, will be reading from his own work. This will be followed at 6.30pm by the launch by Geraldine Mitchell of Jane Clarke’s debut poetry collection, The River.
Joseph Woods is a poet and former director of Poetry Ireland who lives in Rangoon, Burma with his wife and daughter. He has published three collections of poetry and his first, Sailing to Hokkaido (2001), won the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award.
Dublin-born Geraldine Mitchell lives on the Co. Mayo coast. She has published two collections: World Without Maps (Arlen House, 2011) and Of Birds and Bones (Arlen House, 2014).
Jane Clarke was born in Roscommon and now lives in Wicklow. Her debut poetry collection, ‘The River’ is published by Bloodaxe Books.
Writers Gerry Boland and John Mulligan will also be hosting workshops earlier on Saturday 1st August.
Full details on the Festival Website.
Posted by Michael Farry at 9:13 PM
Labels: Boyle Arts Festival Readings; Moylurg Writers; Joseph Woods; Jane Clarke; Geraldine Mitchell; Gerry Boland; John Mulligan