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Thursday January 01 1970

Launch of 'Pluto's Noon Sky' by Gary King

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Friday October 23, 2009 12:08author by Over The Edge Report this post to the editors

Debut poetry collection by Galway poet

Pluto's Noon Sky - Gary King launches his debut collection
at 12 Noon on Saturday, 31st October in Galway City Museum.
Gary King
Gary King

North Beach Publications and Doire Press are pleased to announce the launch of 2008 North Beach Poetry Nights Grand Slam winner, Gary King's debut collection, which includes his winning poem, 'After Disco Lights'.

Susan DuMars, poet, fiction writer and co-organizer of Over the Edge will launch Gary's collection.

All are welcome.

Gary King won the 2008 North Beach Poetry Nights Grand Slam. He was also the runner-up in the 2007 Cuirt Festival Poetry Grand Slam. He has read his poems at the White House reading series in Limerick, the Over The Edge series in Galway and OBhal in Cork. He was short-listed for the 2006 Cuirt Festival/Over The Edge showcase reading. Garys poems have been published widely in magazines such as Poetry Nottingham, Criterion, West 47 & The Burning Bush. A chapbook of his poems, Ambiguous Lights, was published by Over The Edge in 2004.

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Invitation to launch of 'Pluto's Noon Sky' by Gary King
Invitation to launch of 'Pluto's Noon Sky' by Gary King

 
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