The Dalkey Poetry Prize: 2019 Winning Entry

Wilma Kenny, First Prize Poetry Winner Mother's Tears by Wilma Kenny This Catalonian storm is fierce today.Wild rain bounces off...

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National Mentoring Programme 2019

Words Ireland is a collective of seven literature organisations who work collaboratively to provide professional development and resource services to the literature sector.They have just...
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