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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

5TH OCT 2011 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 15:55author 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

Pauline Fayne Eileen Keane Catherine Ann Cullen

All at the 3FE Twisted Pepper Abbey Street Dublin 1

collection Journey was published in 1979 by Sheveck Press. Her second
collection Killer of Fishes was published by Stonebridge Publications in
2001. A third collection I'm Fine, Really was published by Stonebridge
Publications in October 2005. Her fourth collection Mowing in the Dark will
be published by Stonebridge in 2010. Pauline’s work has been included in
several anthologies, including: The White Page (edited by Joan Mc Breen
and published by Salmon Press); Four Urban Voices (edited by Dermot
Bolger and published by Raven Arts Press); Rainbows and Stone (edited by
Michael Bouchier and published by Real Ireland). Her work has also been
broadcast on RTE Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4.

Eileen Keane is from Newbridge, Co Kildare. As well as being a printmaker,
painter, and worker in mixed media, she is an award winning short story
writer. Her first short story won the Cecil Day Lewis Prize, and she has won
many other awards, including at the Listowel Festival. Represented by the
Seven Towers Agency, she has also completed her first novel, and is working
on her second. Her work has also been published in Census 1 & 2 the Seven

Towers Anthologies.

started writing poetry while still at school. He became deeply involved in the
Dublin poetry and music scene in the late sixties and early seventies and
was included in the Capella series of poetry collections published around
that time. His poems have featured in a number of magazines, periodicals
and newspapers over the years and some were also featured on RTE radio
programmes. He has been a founder-member of poetry reading groups and
poetry-music sessions both in Ireland and Belgium as well as acting in a
number of theatrical productions. Having lived abroad for periods during the
eighties, nineties and noughties, he has renewed his engagement with the
Dublin poetry reading scene since returning to Ireland towards the end of
2009. He has recently participated in readings at the Glor sessions and at the
Last Wednesday Series reading and open Mic, Winding Stairs and Naked
Lunch sessions.

Catherine Ann Cullen was born in Drogheda, Co Louth. She is a graduate of
the M.Phil in Creative Writing at Trinity College Dublin. Her work has been
published in The Doghouse Book of Ballad Poems, two Sunday Miscellany
collections, The Stinging Fly, College Green and The Sunday Tribune. She
is a regular contributor to RTÉ Radio One's Sunday Miscellany and A Living
Word, Two verse-stories for children, The Magical, Mystical, Marvelous Coat
(2001) and Thirsty Baby (2003) have been published by Little, Brown in the
US. They first won a gold award for Poetry and Folklore from the American
Parents Association. Her animation work includes a bawdy verse-script for
Rowlandson Rides Again (Moving Still, 2006), an adult short on the 18th
Century artist Thomas Rowlandson. She lives with her partner Harry and
daughter Stella in Kimmage, Dublin. A Bone in My Throat (Doghouse) is her
first collection of poetry.

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