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Book Launch: From Head to Tale by Pat McLoughlin
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Book Launch: From Head to Tale by Pat McLoughlin

June 19, 2019June 19, 2019

The Limerick Writers’ Centre present From Head to Tale – a collection of short stories by Pat McLoughlin Fri 28th June 7.30pm Longcourt House Hotel, Newcastle West, Co Limerick It will be launched by Patrick O’Donovan TD – Minister of State at the department of Finance and department of Public Expenditure and Reform In this...

July ‘On the Nail’ Literary Gathering
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July ‘On the Nail’ Literary Gathering

June 19, 2019June 19, 2019

The Limerick Writers’ Centre Presents The July 2019 ‘On the Nail’ Literary Gathering Thurs 4th July 2019 at Sexton’s Bar, 91 Henry St., Limerick. Start 8pm (note new venue) This month, our guests are US poet Daniel Lusk and Irish born poet Angela Patten plus OPEN-MIC! Angela Patten is author of three poetry collections, In...

An Island of Scribes and Bards by Kieran Beville. Part 2 – Novelists
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An Island of Scribes and Bards by Kieran Beville. Part 2 – Novelists

May 21, 2019May 21, 2019

Kieran Beville – Proud Limerick-man and former teacher of English Literature – continues in this second article of a three part series on Irish writers, notably Limerick authors, showcasing their immense contribution to Ireland’s rich literary heritage. This week the focus is on our novelists. Limerick people may rightly be proud of their past literary...

An Island of Scribes and Bards by Kieran Beville. Part 1 – the Big Picture
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An Island of Scribes and Bards by Kieran Beville. Part 1 – the Big Picture

May 7, 2019May 7, 2019

Kieran Beville – Proud Limerick-man and former teacher of English Literature – begins a three part series on Irish writers and notably Limerick authors, showcasing their immense contribution to Ireland’s rich literary heritage. It seems that every other person in Ireland is a writer or an aspiring writer. This is reflected in the ever-increasing number...

April is Poetry Month in Limerick 2020
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April is Poetry Month in Limerick 2020

February 9, 2019March 6, 2020

Over the 30 days of April, with 20 events and over 35 performers, Limerick’s biggest and brightest poetry festival will fill the streets and intimate venues of this historic city of Limerick. Long associated with poetry and literature the Limerick Writers’ Centre inaugurated the festival in 2013.  For the month of April Limerick will showcase...

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