Sunday, November 25, 2007

Alan Garvey at Ó Bhéal, Cork: Monday 26th November

Ó Bhéal: Poetry in Cork, Ireland

Alan Garvey will be Monday night's guest at Ó Bhéal, upstairs in the Hayloft at The Long Valley.
The evening will begin at 8.30 as usual, so see you there!
Monday 26th of November

Alan Garvey’s work has been published in various magazines and included in the anthologies: The Backyards of Heaven, However Blow the Winds and The Echoing Years. He self-published three chapbooks: Dear Whoever, The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea and Play Dead. Recipient of Travel & Mobility grants from the Arts Council to read in the University of Toronto and at the March Hare Festival, Newfoundland, he lives in Carlow with his wife, Tara and son, Keir. His first full collection, Herself in Air (2006), is published by Lapwing Publications (Belfast). A second collection, Learning to Crawl, is forthcoming.

As Mark Whelan's new collection is not yet off the press he has rescheduled for January. The new line-up for December and January will be sent out in the next day or three.

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