Thursday, December 20, 2012

January 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents


The Jan 2013 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

Tuesday 8th Jan 2013 @ The Loft Venue @ The Locke Bar, Georges Quay, Limerick. Start 8.00pm sharp!
This month’s guests are Joe Horgan and Teri Murray

Joseph Horgan was born in Birmingham, England, of Irish parents. He is a poet, author, journalist, and reviewer. His writings and poems have appeared in numerous literary journals in Ireland, the UK, Europe and America and have been broadcast on television and radio. He is a past winner of The Patrick Kavanagh Award. He has been short-listed for a Hennessy Award. He has been a recipient of an Arts Council bursary and a Cork County Council Arts bursary. His first collection of poetry, Slipping Letters Beneath the Sea, was published by Doghouse in 2008. His second book, The Song at Your Backdoor, a meditation on identity and place, was published by Collins Press in 2010.

It was selected as an RTE Book on One. His third book, An Unscheduled Life, a collaboration with the artist Brian Whelan, was published by Agenda Editions in 2012. He has previously been chosen for the Poetry Ireland Introduction Series. He has been a visiting writer at the Irish Writers in London Summer School. He has been a writer in residence at the Heinrich Boll cottage on Achill Island. His work has been anthologised in Off the Wall (Marino ed Niall MacMonagle), Landing Places (Dedalus ed Eva Bourke and Borbala Farago), and in the 2008-2011 Sunday Miscellany anthology. His journalism has appeared in Ireland and the UK, in the Irish Left Review, the Press Gazette and the Irish Post. He has written a weekly column for the Irish Post since 1999.

Teri Murray has been living in Limerick for many years as a poet, editor, novelist and playwright. Her fourth poetry collection, Where the Daghda Dances: New and Selected Poems (Revival Press, 2010), preceded by Coddle and Tripe (Stonebridge, 1998), a joint book with her partner, the late Limerick poet Liam Mulligan, Poems from the Exclusion Zone (Stonebridge, 2001), and The Authority of Winter (Stonebridge, 2007). Other notable works include A Time Under Heaven, her play about the history of Limerick, staged at the Belltable in 1996, and a book for children, Eddy the Teddy and the Big Fat Nana, in 2003. Murray was editor for Scratches on the Wall, an anthology of Limerick writers from Tholsel Press, 1995, and also an editor of the Revival Literary Journal, Limerick’s quarterly for prose and poetry. She is currently working on her memoir.

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge & The Arts Council of Ireland.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email

limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Dec 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents
The December 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering
Tuesday 4th Dec 2012 @ The Loft Venue @ The Locke Bar, Georges Quay, Limerick. Start 8.00pm sharp!

This month guest readers Catherine Phil McCarthy and Micheal O hAodha In association with Poetry Ireland and Foras na Gaeilge PLUS launch of Revival Literary Journal No.24
Catherine Phil MacCarthy’s fourth collection of poems, The Invisible Threshold is published by Dedalus Press, Dublin, in September 2012.
Earlier collections include This Hour of the Tide, Salmon 1994, the blue globe, (1998) and Suntrap (2007), both from Blackstaff Press, as well as her novel, One Room an Everywhere (2003). Recent anthology and journal publication includes Opening Eyes, Cambridge University Press, 2009 and Shine On, Dedalus Press, 2011. She won The Fish International Poetry Prize in 2010 and is a former editor of Poetry Ireland Review.
Website: www.catherinephilmaccarthy.com
Mícheál Ó hAodha currently works at the University of Limerick where he is a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of History, School of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication, University of Limerick, Ireland. He lectures on two BA and MA courses (Memory and Belonging: Oral History Methodology and Rationale) and Traveller/Roma and Migration History) courses in the Department of History.
He has published widely on many aspects of Irish migration, diaspora, social geography and oral history.
                                                     

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge & The Arts Council of Ireland.
Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email
limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings

 The Limerick Writers' Centre is a non profit organisation established to nurture and support writers, fostering literary excellence through readings, workshops and publishing activities.Supporting Arts and Culture in Limerick Since 2009.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Sept. 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents


September 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

Tuesday 4th September 2012
The Loft Venue @ The Locke Bar, Georges Quay, Limerick. Start 9.00pm sharp!

This month our guest readers are John Liddy, Celest Auge and in association with Foras na Gaeilge Padraig MacFhearghusa.

John Liddy is from Limerick but lives in Madrid. His poetry collections include Boundaries (1974); The Angling Cot (1991); Song of the Empty Cage (1997); Wine and Hope (1999); Cast-A-Net (2003); The Well: New and Selected Poems (2007); Gleanings from the Margins (2010). He is the founding editor along with Jim Burke of The Stony Thursday Book, one of Ireland’s longest running literary reviews (1975- ) along with Cyphers and organizes The Well/El Manantial, a weekend festival of poetry in Madrid with Matthew Loughney of The James Joyce Pub and The Embassy of Ireland.

Celeste Augé is an Irish-Canadian writer who has lived in Ireland since she was twelve years old. Her fiction and poetry have been widely published in literary journals and anthologies. In 2009, her poetry was short-listed for a Hennessy Literary Award and Salmon Poetry published her first full-length collection, ‘The Essential Guide to Flight’. In 2010 she received an Irish Arts Council Literature Bursary to work on her second collection of poetry. She won the 2011 Cuirt New Writing Prize for fiction. Her book ‘Fireproof & Other Stories’ was published by Doire Press in July of this year.

D’fhoilsigh an Clóchomhar céad-leabhar filíochta Phádraig Mhic Fhearghusa, ‘Faoi Léigear’, i 1980. Gnóthaigh na cnuasaigh ‘Mearcair’ (Coiscéim, 1996) agus ‘An Dara Bás’ (2002), príomhdhuaiseanna filíochta an Oireachtais dó. I 1997 a d’fhoilsigh sé ‘Tóraíocht an Mhíshonais’ (Coiscéim), méar ar eolas i nGaeilge ar shíceolaíocht Freud agus Jung. Thuill teideal-dán an chnuasaigh is déanaí leis, ‘Geasa’, duais idirnáisiúnta Cholmcille ag Béal na mBuillí in 2009. Tá sé ina eagarthóir ar Feasta, míosachán liteartha agus polaitíochta Chonradh na Gaeilge. Cónaíonn sé i dTrá Lí.


Pádraig Mac Fhearghusa’s first poetry collection, ‘Faoi Léigear’, was published by An Clóchomhar in 1980. ‘Mearcair’ (Coiscéim, 1996) and ‘An Dara Bás’ (2002), gained him premier Oireachtas poetry prizes. He has published an Irish language introduction to Freud and Jung, ‘Tóraíocht an Mhíshonais’ - The Pursuit of Unhappiness (Coiscéim, 1997). The title poem of his most recent collection, ‘Geasa’ (Coiscéim, 2011), gained him the international Colmcille prize at Strokestown in 2009. He is editor of Feasta, the literary monthly published by Conradh na Gaeilge. He lives in Tralee.
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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.

The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge & The Arts Council of Ireland.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email
limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings

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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Aug 2012 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents

The Aug 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering
Tuesday 7th August 2012 The Loft Venue @ The Locke Bar, Georges Quay, Limerick. Start 8.00pm sharp!

This month launch of Revival Literary Journal No 23 PLUS guest readers Kevin Higgins, Donal O’Flynn and Bríd Ní Mhóráin and Gabhar Theatre Co with another 10 minute play.

Kevin Higgins is best known for his dark, satirical poems. He published his first book review in The Galway Advertiser in June 1999. Reading Mentioning the War, it becomes obvious that Higgins is not like other critics. An enthusiastic advocate for the work of the new generation of poets who have emerged from Ireland’s thriving live poetry scene; he is also a merciless opponent of hypocrisy and pretentiousness wherever he finds it. His writing is overtly political in a way that draws comparison with George Orwell – the subject of two extended essays here. It would be impossible to agree with everything in this book; it is a book which often disagrees with itself. But on subjects as diverse as socialist poetry and neoconservatism, funding for the arts and the anti-war movement, Higgins informs, infuriates and entertains, as any good critic should.

Bríd Ní Mhóráin poetry collections are Ceiliúradh Cré (Baile Átha Cliath, Coiscéim, 1992); Fé Bhrat Bhride (An Daingean, An Sagart, 2002); and Siolta an Iomais (Gallimh, Clo Iar-Chonnachta Teo, 2006). A prosework, Thiar Sa Mhainistir Atá An Ghaolainn Bhreá (Cill Dara, An Sagart, 1997), is a recommended text book on the Irish course at UCC. She has been awarded Oireachtas prizes in 1988 and 1999 for her poetry, and in 1992 for her prose. More recently she has been awarded a research scholarship by Bord na Gaeilge (2000), and a bursary in Literature from the The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Éalaíon (2000). She lives in Kerry.

Donal O’Flynn comes from Charleville, Co. Cork. Married with three grown up children he was educated as an engineer at DIT Dublin and attained his MSc from Brunel University London.
He has been a regular attendee at poetry workshops and readings, and been published in numerous anthologies and journals.
He is the author of two poetry collections published by Revival Press “Lost Grace” and “The Tailor and Ansty Poem .When in Ireland - he is a regular attendee at the open-mic poetry sessions, at the White House Bar, and ‘On The Nail’, Limerick.

Donal is preparing a new collection of poems for publication in 2013.

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Gabhar Theatre Company are back with another 10 minute play with cast: Grace Cronin, Shane Vaughan and Hugh O'Brien.

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge & The Arts Council of Ireland.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email

limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings

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The Limerick Writers' Centre is a non profit organisation established to nurture and support writers, fostering literary excellence through readings, workshops and publishing activities.







Monday, June 11, 2012

July 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering

The Limerick Writers’ Centre presents

July 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering
Upstairs@Riddler’s Bar, Sarsfield St, Limerick

Tues. 3rd July 2012 8.00pm

This month our guest readers are:

Patricia Byrne, Terry McDonagh and in association with Foras na Gaeilge Shaun Leonard

Plus Gabhar Theatre Co return with another 10 Minute Play followed by an Open-Mic.

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.

Patricia Byrne was born in County Mayo, Ireland, and currently lives in Limerick. She writes poetry, fiction and nonfiction and holds an MA in Writing from NUI Galway. Her interest in the nineteenth-century atrocity, which is the subject of her book The Veiled Woman of Achill, arose out of family history: her great granduncle served as a friar in Achill Island at the time and wrote a contemporary narrative of the dramatic events.

Terry McDonagh from Mayo is a poet and dramatist of international acclaim. He has published several collections of poetry and a novel for young people and has been writer in residence in Australia, Asia, several European countries and Ireland, where he was resident writer in Coole Park in Galway early this year. His work has been translated into German and Indonesian and he was runner up in the Fish Poetry Prize 2006.
Visit his webpage at: http://www.terry-mcdonagh.com/

Shaun Leonard was the Cúirt Festival Poetry Grandslam Winner 2012 and has just completed his BA Connect with Creative Writing in NUI Galway. Shaun was also one of the winners of the North Beach Poetry Grandslam in December and is an award-winning screenwriter. Shaun started out writing for the stage and tries to infuse his performances with an element of theatre and character. His first self-styled event The Tribal Lyric will take place in Galway as part of the Galway Fringe Festival from the 15th to the 18th of July in NUIG. Looking to perform as much as possible ask for his website, his e-mail, his Facebook, his first born and his twitter.

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.

The Limerick Writers’ Centre acknowledge the financial support of
Foras na Gaeilge and the Arts Council of Ireland.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email
limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com
To view videos of June reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings







Friday, May 11, 2012

The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents
Tuesday 5th June 2012 @ 8.00pm
June 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering
Upstairs@Foley's Bar, Sarsfield St, Limerick
(Limericks Newest Live Venue for Music and the Arts)

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 month (June) our guests are Afric McGlinchey, Paul Casey and Eleanor Hooker Plus Gabhar Theatre return with another 10 Minute Play ‘Cetaciaphobia’ by Shane Vaughan.

Afric McGlinchey grew up in various countries in Africa, returning to Ireland in 1999. A Hennessy Award winner, her poems have been published in a number of literary journals, including the SHOp, Acumen, Magma, Moth, Poetry Ireland Review, Southword, the Independent and the Sunday Tribune. She was also awarded a Faber Academy Fellowship and has had poems shortlisted in several competitions. A poem was recently nominated for the Pushcart Prize. A poetry reviewer for Southword and for Sabotage, Afric also reviews books for the Irish Examiner. She is an editor and online poetry tutor at www.creativewritingink.ie Her début collection, The Lucky Star of Hidden Things, will be published by Salmon in May.

Cork poet Paul Casey has lived over thirty years abroad, working in multimedia, teaching and film. He taught screenwriting at the Nelson Mandela University, and convened the greater Port Elizabeth Poetry Competition in three languages. His poems are published in journals and anthologies including A Miscellany of Contemporary Irish Poetry, Revival, THE SHOp, Cork Literary Review, Census, Southword, Stony Thursday, New Contrast and Real Beginnings. His chapbook It’s Not all Bad (Heaventree) was published in 2009. In October 2010 his poetry-film The Lammas Hireling, after the poem by Ian Duhig, premiered in Berlin. His debut collection home more or less is due from Salmon Poetry in May 2012. He is the founder and organiser of the Ó Bhéal reading series.

Eleanor Hooker lives in North Tipperary. She has a BA (Hons. 1st) from the Open University, an MA (Hons.) in Cultural History from the University of Northumbria, and an MPhil in Creative Writing (Distinction) from Trinity College, Dublin. She was selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series in 2011. Her poetry has been published in journals in Ireland and the UK. She is a founding member, Vice-Chairperson and PRO for the Dromineer Literary Festival. She is a helm and Press Officer for the Lough Derg RNLI Lifeboat. She began her career as a nurse and midwife.
Her debut collection of poems is a rich and sometimes unsettling book, full of warm presences, but also open to an otherness, at best glimpsed or half-heard but nonetheless real. If childhood might be called a persistent whispering on the other side of the door, the poems in this collection attempt to hear that voice, mapping out the landscape between the interior childhood world of terror and wonder and the exterior adult world of surreal reflections.


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Gabhar Theatre Company in association with the UL Drama Society bring us another 10 minute play ‘Cetaciaphobia’ by Shane Vaughan. Cast: Grace Cronin, Shane Vaughan and Hugh O'Brien.

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.

The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings



Tuesday, March 13, 2012

'On The Nail' April Literary Event

The Limerick Writers' Centre
Presents
The April 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering
Tuesday 3rd April 2012 @ 8.00pm
Upstairs@Riddler’s Bar (formally Foley's), Sarsfield St, Limerick


(Limericks Newest Live Venue for Music and the Arts)


This month launch of Revival Literary Journal No.22 PLUS in association with Foras na Gaeilge Sean O’Coistealbha.

Seán Ó Coistealbha is a Conamara based poet who writes in both Irish language and English medium. Stadhan is Seán's second publication. His poetry is inspired by rural and cultural themes and sometimes reflect on a past life and times. Seán lives in An Spidéal with his Limerick City born wife and their five children.

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Gabhar Theatre Company in association with the UL Drama Society bring us the second of our Radio Noir series of 10 minute plays, tonight Bloody Mary by Mike Reidy. Cast: Grace Cronin, Shane Vaughan, Paul Them and Hugh O'Brien.

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.

The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge.

Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409
email limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web www.limerickwriterscentre.com http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com
To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

March 'On The Nail' Literary Evening



The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents
March 'On The Nail' Reading
Tuesday 6th March 2012 @ 8.00pm
Upstairs@Foley's, Sarsfield St, Limerick Bar
(Limericks Newest Live Venue for Music and the Arts)

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 month our guests are David Toms and James Cummins.

David Toms
, is a 23 year old student in UCC. and has been
writing poetry for about five years. His first full collection called "SomaSema" is
being published by Knives, Forks and Spoons Press (shortlisted for the
British Library's Michael Marks' Publishers Award 2011) later this year.
His work has appeared in a wide variety of magazines and journals in print and
online, and this collection follows the publication of two chapbooks:
For the Misanthropic Muse (Default, 2009) and Tom O'Bedlam Sings His
Song (Knives, Forks and Spoons 2010). he has read his work at events in
Dublin, Cork and Waterford.

James Cummins is currently undertaking a PhD in the School of English,
UCC. He currently co-runs Run Amok Press with Sarah Hayden, Niamh
O'Mahony and Rachel Warriner. He is also a key organiser of the annual
Soundeye festival in Cork city. His poetry has appeared in a wide
variety of magazines and several chapbooks and pamphlets of his work
have been published.

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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.

The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge.
Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings

Sunday, January 15, 2012

FEB 2012 'ON THE NAIL' LITERARY EVENING



The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents
Tuesday 7th Feb 2012 @ 8.00pm

February 'On The Nail' Reading
Upstairs@Foley's Bar, Sarsfield St, Limerick
(Limericks Newest Live Venue for Music and the Arts)

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 month (Feb) our guests are from Newcastle (UK)
Dr. Keith Armstrong and Robert Lonsdale.

Keith Armstrong was born in Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, where he has worked as a community development worker, poet, librarian and publisher he is coordinator of the Northern Voices creative writing and community publishing project which specialises in recording the experiences of people in the North East of England. He was awarded a doctorate in 2007 for his work on Newcastle writer Jack Common at the University of Durham where he received a BA Honours Degree in Sociology in 1995 and Masters Degree in 1998 for his studies on regional culture in the North East of England.Though a regionalist inspired by the landscape of his birth and its folk and musical traditions, he is very much a European and his work is much influenced by writers such as Hoelderlin, Hesse, Brecht, Baudelaire, Prevert, Esenin, and Mayakovsky.

Robert Lonsdale is a poet, publisher and broadcaster. He has written, produced and directed two short films called, “ For Those Who Sit And Wait “ and “Ya Joking Aren't Ya ? “, both of which have been featured in many short film festivalsncluding Teesside University’s “Concept“ film night. His latest work is an hour long television drama called “The Let “ which I have just submitted to the B.B.C.
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. The night begins at 8.00pm and admission is free. 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.

The Limerick Writers' Centre acknowledges the support of Foras na Gaeilge.
Further information contact: Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 email limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com web http://onthenailreadings.blogspot.com To view videos of previous reading go to: http://www.youtube.com/onthenailreadings
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