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Galway - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Writers’ September Gathering at Sheridan’s Wine Bar

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Monday August 31, 2009 02:09author by Over The Edge Report this post to the editors

Liz Gallagher, Paul Lenehan, Art Stringer, Ron Houchin & Lady Gregory's Town House

Over The Edge presents readings by poet Liz Gallagher and fiction writer Paul Lenehan at Sheridan’s Wine Bar, 14-16 Church Yard Street, Galway on Friday, September 11th, 8pm. The evening will also see short readings by visiting American Salmon poets Ron Houchin and Art Stringer and the launch of Lady Gregory’s Town House, a collection of work by the Advanced Poetry Workshop at Galway Arts Centre, co-edited by Susan Lindsay, Mary Madec & Maureen Ryan.
poet Liz Gallagher
poet Liz Gallagher

Liz Gallagher is from Donegal but has been living in the Canary Islands for the past 14 years. Liz was the featured poet in this winter’s (08/09) issue of The Stinging Fly. Her work featured in the 50 Best New Poets 2007 Anthology from Meridian Press at Virginia University. She is also one of six winners for the Oxfam Ireland Poetry Calendar 2009. This year she was selected poets for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Readings. Her first full collection, titled The Wrong Miracle, is just published by Salt Publishing. http://www.saltpublishing.com/books/smp/9781844715671.htm

Paul Lenehan is from Dublin and works with Poetry Ireland where he is editor of Poetry Ireland News Letter. His fiction has been published in a wide variety of prestigious magazines, including The Stinging Fly. In 2004 he was awarded a place on the Fiction Masterclass with Toby Litt as part of the Davy Byrnes Irish Writing Award, the country's biggest ever short story competition.

Art Stringer lives in Huntingdon, West Virginia. His poetry collection Human Costume is just published by Salmon Poetry. http://www.salmonpoetry.com/humancostume.html

Ron Houchin taught in the public school system of the Appalachian region of southernmost Ohio for thirty years. His most recent collection of poetry, the third he has published with Salmon poetry, is just published. http://www.salmonpoetry.com/museumcrows.html

Lady Gregory’s Townhouse is a collection of poems by participants in the renowned Thursday afternoon Advanced Poetry Workshop at Galway Arts Centre. The poems are accompanied by a thought provoking introduction by co-editors, Susan Lindsay, Mary Madec & Maureen Ryan.

There is no entrance fee. All welcome. For further information contact 087-6431748.

Over The Edge acknowledges the ongoing generous financial support of the Arts Council and Galway City Council.

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