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'On The Nail' Reading Thurs.14th Jan 2010




'On The Nail' Reading @ The Locke Bar
Thurs. 14th Jan 2010 8.00pm

The monthly 'On The Nail' literary reading takes place Thursday 14th Jan 2010 at 8.00pm in The Locke Bar, George's Quay, Limerick.

Organised by The Limerick Writers' Centre this popular monthly reading and open-mic continues to attract audiences with a mix of poetry, prose and music.

This months programme starts with the launch of Revival Poetry Journal No.14. Local, national and international poets are included and a number of them will read from the journal on the night.
The special guest reader is poet John W Sexton who will launch and read from his new collection Petit Mal (Revival Press) during the evening.

As usual music will be provided by Chris Wood and friends.

Everyone is invited to take part in the open-mic after the main event, poets, storytellers, musicians and writers . Even if you don’t write you are welcome to bring something along to read. New readers welcome.
The night begins at 8.00pm and there is free admission and free finger food for everyone attending. So join us on the night and make this event something special.

NOTE: Our special authors book table will again be in operation, so if you want your book, CD's etc publicised make sure you are represented on the table. Contact Dominic Taylor at 087 2996409 to make arrangements.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com/

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