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Trotsky’s great-granddaughter headlining Over the Edge poetry reading

Veronica Volkow, the great granddaughter of Leon Trotsky, will be one of the featured readers at the July Over The Edge poetry reading and...

Over the Edge open mic night heads online with Zoom gathering

The arts community in Galway is staying strong and connected, even in physical isolation, with the Over the Edge Open Mic night going online...

Livestreaming poetry open mic night keeps art community strong in quarantine

Keeping the arts community in Galway alive has been a difficult task, and the Barn Yard is rising to the task with its online...

Poetry workshops with Kevin Higgins go online

Galway's arts community is finding new ways to keep the cultural spirit alive in our current crisis, with local writer Kevin Higgins taking his...

Over the Edge February poetry open mic night

The February Over the Edge Open Reading for local lovers of poetry and prose will take place at Galway City...

2020 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase at Charlie Byrne’s

The 2020 Poetry Book Showcase looking back at some of the best new work created in the past year will take place at Charlie...

Over the Edge celebrating 17 years sharing people’s love of poetry and fiction

Over the Edge is celebrating its 17th birthday this weekend with the January Reading & Open Mic night for lovers of poetry and prose. This...

One last Over the Edge open reading for poetry lovers this year

Lovers of poetry will be able to catch one more Over the Edge Open Reading this year at Galway City Library on December 19. The...

Open Mic for local poetry and prose at Over the Edge

The November ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ will take place in Galway City Library on the 21st for people to hear and showcase poetry...

Over the Edge open reading for new and experienced writers

The monthly gathering of local writers, poets, and anyone who fancies a turn at the pen for the Over the Edge Open Reading will...

Over the Edge open reading and mic night returns

The Over the Edge reading and open mic night is returning to Galway City Library this month after taking a break for the summer. The...

Over the Edge presents an international poetry extravaganza

The Over the Edge writers' gathering will present an international poetry extravaganza this month in association with the Yehuda Amichai International Poetry Festival. The July event...

Kevin Higgins’ ‘Sex and Death at Merlin Park Hospital’ poetry collection launching in June

Sex and Death at Merlin Park Hospital, a new collection of poetry by local artist Kevin Higgins, is launching in Galway in June. In his...

Over the Edge launches the debut poetry collection of west of Ireland writer Christine Valters Paintner

The May Over the Edge writer's gathering is presenting an exciting mix of poetry next month, including the launch of Benedictine Oblate Christine Valters...

Poetry workshops at Galway Arts Centre to help artists find their voice

Aspiring poets who want to try putting pen to paper themselves will be able to avail of range of poetry workshops at Galway Arts...

Over the Edge open poetry reading at city library

Over the Edge literary festival is hosting an open mic poetry reading at Galway city library this month, with featured readers Mark Roper, Aelmuire Mullaney, & Anne Donnellan. Mark Roper's...

Galway poet draws the ire of British shadow cabinet

Kevin Higgins is well known poet around Galway who's made a long habit of poking fun at the British Labour Party, of which he...

Showcase reading of the best poetry in the West at Charlie Byrne’s

Over the Edge is bringing the best new works from some of the finest poets in the west of Ireland today to Galway. The 2019...

Poetry workshops with Galway Arts Centre in the New Year

Aspiring poets from among Galway's creative minds can work on their craft at three sets of workshops at the Galway Arts Centre in the...

Calling all poets for Galway University Hospitals Poems for Patience 2019

The Galway University Hospitals  Arts Trust is inviting the creative minds of Galway to submit entries for its annual poetry competition. The winning entry will...
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