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Jan 31 2014 - Feb 02 2014
Winter school designed as an interlude, which allows the visitor the opportunity to learn more about W.B Yeats and his family against the backdrop of the places which inspired him.
Feb 12 2014 - Feb 15 2014
Annual festival of readings, writing workshops and craft talks featuring Irish and international poets. The 2014 festival includes Jo Shapcott, Paul Muldoon, Billy Collins, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin &...
Feb 20 2014 - Feb 23 2014
A literary weekend, honouring Kate O'Brien and marking the 40th anniversary of her death, with readings, book launches, conversations, interviews and performances.
Mar 07 2014 - Mar 09 2014
A wonderful social and literary gathering bringing together book club members and readers from all over Ireland and beyond for author readings, workshops, debate and great chats.
Mar 20 2014 - Mar 24 2014
A celebration of the art and the craft of writing. The festival gathers authors and readers together to explore the joy of the written word in Ireland's oldest city.
Apr 24 2014 - Apr 27 2014
An intimate literary weekend in the heart of medieval Kilmallock featuring readings, workshops and open mic night with some of Ireland's leading writers.
Jun 07 2014 - Jun 08 2014
A stimulating cerebral weekend with some of the most intriguing international minds – novelists, film-makers, theatre directors, actors, war correspondents, biographers, musicians, artists and...
Jun 12 2014 - Jun 15 2014
The primary aim is to deliver a high quality international literary festival driven by the long-term cultural benefits to the participants, the town of Lismore and the greater South East region.
Jul 03 2014 - Jul 06 2014
Hay gathers people together to think about the world as it is and to imagine how it might be. It's a big conversation about discovery and intellectual adventure.
Jul 06 2014 - Jul 12 2014
Literary Festival with an extensive programme of readings, workshops, seminars, panel discussions and children's events as well as the JG Farrell competition for novelists based in Munster.
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