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Thursday January 01 1970

Louis de Paor for North Beach Poetry Nights March Slam

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Thursday March 12, 2009 01:24author by Over The Edge Report this post to the editors

North Beach Poetry Nights presents

on Monday March 23rd at 9 pm

in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, Galway

GUEST POET: LOUIS DE PAOR
Louis de Paor
Louis de Paor

North Beach Poetry Nights presents

on Monday March 23rd at 9 pm

in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, Galway

The North Beach Poetry Nights' March 2009 Slam

with guest poet Louis de Paor

Born in Cork in 1961, Louis de Paor has been involved with the contemporary renaissance of poetry in Irish since 1980 when he was first published in the poetry journal Innti which he subsequently edited for a time. A four times winner of the Sen Rordin/Oireachtas Award, the premier award for a new collection of poems in Irish, he lived in Australia from 1987 to 1996. He is the recipient of the Lawrence OShaughnessy Award 2000, the first poet in Irish to achieve that distinction. A bilingual collection Ag greadadh bas sa reilig/Clapping in the cemetery was published by Cl Iar-Chonnachta in November 2005 and reprinted in March 2006. His latest collection is Cpla Siamach an Ama (The Siamese Twins of Time) published by Coiscim in December 2006. A second bilingual volume agus rud eile de/and another thing will be published in 2009.

Poets wishing to take part in the 2-Round Slam please bring along two three-minute poems, preferably memorized. The winner of each month's Slam goes forward to the 2009 North Beach Poetry Nights' Grand Slam in December 2009.The prize for the Grand Slam winner is publication of a collection of her/his work.

("Inheritance" debut collection by 2007 winner Micel Kearney available in
Charlie Byrne's bookshop and from www.doirepress.com)

Next month's North Beach Poetry Night: April 20th.
Guest Poet: Eamon Carr (ex-Horslips, ex-Tara Telephone)

We look forward to seeing you at The Crane Bar on
Monday March 23rd. Admission 5/ 3 Euro.

North Beach Poetry Nights gratefully acknowledges the support of the Arts Council and Galway City Council Arts Office.

info: john walsh @ 091-593290

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