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Announcing our Florence Writer-in-Residence 2019

eamonn lyskey Florence St Marks writing residency

Announcing our Florence Writer-in-Residence 2019

The Irish Writers Centre is happy to announce that Eamonn Lynskey has been selected for the residency at St Mark's, Florence. Eamonn will travel to Italy this autumn to work on his (Florence-themed) poetry. Eamonn Lynskey is a poet and essayist whose work has been published in leading magazines and journals and on-line. He holds an M. Phil. in creative writing from Trinity College, Dublin and a Diploma in Italian Language and Culture from The Italian Cultural Institute, Dublin. His third collection, ‘It’s Time’, was published by Salmon Poetry in 2017. www.eamonnlynskey.com

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IWC Writers-in-Residence announced – Florence & Cill Rialaig 2016

Adam Wyeth Cill Rialaig Dairena Ní Chinnéide Florence Jack Harte Bursary Kate Kavanagh Louise C. Callaghan Martin Malone Nessa O’Mahony Paula McGrath St Mark's Church Sydney Weinberg

IWC Writers-in-Residence announced – Florence & Cill Rialaig 2016

We are delighted to reveal the lucky recipients of our Florence and Cill Rialaig residencies: Paula McGrath will have the honour of residing in St Mark’s Church, Florence for one week this October and Louise C. Callaghan, Kate Kavanagh, Martin Malone, Dairena Ní Chinnéide, Nessa O’Mahony, Sydney Weinberg and Adam Wyeth will be heading to Co. Kerry this autumn as well. Congratulations to these eight writers and we’re sure they'll have a fruitful time!If you missed the deadlines for the above, fear not... the Jack Harte Bursary at Annaghmakerrig, a two-week fully resourced Writer-in-Residence Bursary, is once again open for applications. Click here to read more about...

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