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Cork Literary Review Dublin Launch

February 29, 2012 | by jamie
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On Thursday 23 February Poetry Ireland hosted the launch of the Cork Literary Review Volume XIV, the final date in the Irish-US tour of the anthology (Organised by Jamie O’Connell – supported by Culture Ireland and Cork City Council). Poet Gerard Smyth

Cork City Launch of Adolescence 2

December 7, 2011 | by jamie
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On Monday 5 December Dr Martin Veiga, Professor at the Irish Centre of Galician Studies, University College Cork launched the Adolescence 2:hormonized poems in the Central Library (Grand Parade), with readings by Manuel and translator Tina Pisco. Starting at 6.30pm with a

Cork Literary Review Video Launched

December 1, 2011 | by jamie
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Check out the promotional video for the Cork Literary Review Volume XIV, edited by Eugene O’Connell, published by Bradshaw Books with the support of The Arts Council of Ireland and Cork City Council. The International Tour of Volume XIV is funded by

Reading at the Irish Arts Center, NYC

November 30, 2011 | by jamie
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On Thursday 17 November, the Cork Literary Review Volume XIV launched at the Irish Arts Center, as part of the five city tour of the poetry anthology in the US. Director of Poetry Ireland Joseph Woods, Review Editor Eugene O’Connell and writer

Boston reading at Write on the Dot, Dorchester

November 30, 2011 | by jamie
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On Tuesday 15 November, Professor Thomas O’Grady, Director of Irish Studies and Director of Undergraduate Creative Writing at the University of Massachusetts, launched the Cork Literary Review Volume XIV as part of a evening of Irish-themed readings organised by the Dorchester writing

Chicago Launch at the iBAM! Festival

November 30, 2011 | by jamie
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On Saturday 12th of November, Professor James H Murphy of DePaul University launched the Cork Literary Review Volume XIV as part of the iBAM! Festival celebrating Irish culture at the Irish Heritage Center. Review Editor read some highlights from the anthology which