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Thursday January 01 1970

3 august Lunchtime reading at the 3FE Twisted Pepper Abbey St Dublin: 1.15 - 2pm

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Wednesday April 06, 2011 14:38author by Oran Ryan - Seven Towers Ltdauthor email info at seventowers dot ie Report this post to the editors

This is a regular literary even run by the Seven Towers Agency, a small publishing house and event host, occurring at various locations and Internationally see www.seventowers.ie

The very best performance poetry and writing from the following poets and writers

Bernie O Reilly , David Murphy, Eamonn Lynskey, Roger Hudson

All at the 3FE Twisted Pepper Abbey Street Dublin 1

Bernadette O’Reilly has read at the poetry Ireland Introductions Series, Poets
Anon, Peanut Club, last Wednesday Series and Chapters and Verse. She
has taken part in workshops with Tony Curtis, Jean O’Brien, Gerard Dawe,
jean valentine, Jamie McKendrick and her work has been published in Poetry
Ireland Review, Poetry Review UK and Census, the Seven Towers Anthology.

Cork-born David Murphy has lived north of Dublin for the past thirty years,
though recently he has been living in County Waterford. His latest novella Bird
of Prey is due for publication in the USA in 2009. A previous novella Arkon
Chronicles appeared in paperback from Silver Lake Publishing (a small press)
in 2003. His novel Longevity City was published in hardback by Five Star, and
well received, in 2005. Award-winning short fiction has been published and
translated worldwide, including two chapbooks and a short story collection
brought out in 2004. The title story of that collection, Lost Notes, won the
inaugural Maurice Walsh Award for short stories.
He has given readings and talks (on the history of 'imaginative' fiction in the
Irish tradition) at bookshops, writers' centres, arts festivals and other events,
including the Frank O'Connor Festival in Cork, Eurocon 2007 in Copenhagen,
Montreal Worldon 2009 and the Chapters and Verse Lunchtime Series. He is
part of the group that brings you Albedo One magazine, Aeon Press and the
Aeon Award.

Éamonn Lynskey has had poems published in many magazines. He was
nominated for the Sunday Tribune/Hennessy Literary Award for New Irish
Poetry in 2006 and one of his poems will feature on the 2009 OXFAM
calendar. His first collection Dispatches and Recollections was published in
1998 and he is currently working on his second And Suddenly the Sun Again
to be published in May 2010. Eamonn’s work is also featured in Census,
The First Seven Towers Anthology and Census, The second Seven Towers
Anthology. . Eamonn has also translated works of Italian poets Montale and
Valeri and written in Italian – he holds a Diploma in Italian Lauguage and
Culture from the Italian Institute, Dublin. His second collection, And Suddenly
the Sun Again has just been published by Seven Towers.

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