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  1. Doolin Writers' Weekend

    Doolin, Clare

    Writer's weekend, with an eclectic mix of music, food, poetry, theatre and literature. Workshops, song writing, and poetry and literary competitions. Read more

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  2. Cork World Book Fest

    Cork City, Cork

    A celebration of books and reading over five days in Cork City centre - book stalls, music, street entertainment, the spoken word, and moreculminating in a cultural fair - Grand Parade on Saturday 25 April Read more

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  3. Hay Kells Book Festival

    Kells, Meath

    The Irish offshoot of the Hay Festival in Wales, this event hosts authors, performers, historians, chefs, children's writers and anyone that can be read and enjoyed by the general public. Read more

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  4. Cúirt International Festival of Literature

    Galway City, Galway

    A six day international event that takes place in Galway City every April, Cúirt is one of the oldest and most recognised literature festivals in Europe. Read more

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  5. 56th Yeats International Summer School

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    The 2015 Yeats International Summer School will be one of the highlights of the national year of celebration announced by the Irish Government to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of W.B. Yeats. Read more

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  6. Words on the Street - European Literature Night

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Celebrity readings of works by contemporary European authors in beautiful and unusual locations around the Parnell Square area in Dublin City. Read more

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  7. Ennis Book Club Festival

    Ennis, Clare

    A festival for book lovers to stimulate and affirm their love of reading, offering an opportunity to meet authors, readers and artists themed around novels and poetry, both old and new. Food for the soul! Read more

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  8. West Cork Literary Festival

    Bantry, Cork

    At the heart of the West Cork Literary Festival are its popular five day writing workshops. The programme is also packed with readings, seminars, main evening events, book launches and children's events. Read more

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  9. The 16th Franco-Irish Literary Festival

    Dublin City, Dublin

    For its 16th edition, the Franco-Irish Literary Festival will approach the theme of Crime Fiction, highlighting French and Irish recognized authors in this literary area. Read more

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  10. Dublin: One City, One Book Festival

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin: One City, One Book Festival celebrates a book connected with Dublin city. The Barrytown Trilogy by Roddy Doyle will be the focus of a month long festival of events in April 2015. Read more

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