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Documents and Manuscripts at Documents and Manuscripts Tags self-publishing the manuscript publisher publishing. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. A Philosophy of Self-Publishing 1. Enquire at Longford Tourist Office : 33 info longfordtourism. For further information and updates check: www. Noel Monahan was born in Granard. He has won numerous awards for his poetry and writing.

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His poetry was prescribed text for Leaving Certificate English and examined in Noel Monahan has published seven collections of poetry fifth collection of poetry, published in A number of his poems have been translated into: Italian, Russian, French and Romanian. For twenty years he has worked with Heather Brett as co editor of Windows Publications. Noel Monahan holds an M. The Red Abbey Monks walked through hell to arrive at Abbeyderg. Each one carried a woman within himselfAnd she settled somewhere between his hair-shirt.

We want to celebrate our local legend by publishing an anthology of stories, poetry and artwork by people of all ages. This inspirational legend lends itself to an exciting project such as this. Be inspired by the drama, love, envy and shapeshifting transformations that are entwined in the story and produce your own creation in whatever media you like. We are accepting poetry and stories up to a maximum of words and artworks in any media including drawing, painting, photography, digital media and images of 3d artwork. The only restriction is that it is your own original work. You can enter from where ever you are in the world by post or email.

Artworks sent by post should not exceed A4 size. The closing date for submissions is: 5pm on 7th June Longford or email: creativeardagh gmail. Those selected for the publication will get a chance to read their written piece or display the original artwork on the day. View publicity poster. Grants will be awarded to artists to support continuing professional development. The forms of professional development envisaged are: support for the creation of new work, professional development and training, funding for materials and equipment and other creative or professional development purposes.

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Closing date for receipt of applications is: 1. Education Bursaries will be paid to students from Longford County Council administrative area involved in a full time third level creative arts course, in an accredited third level college from September Students intending to attend art-form specific creative summer courses may also apply. The Bursary has been established to enable an artist, preferably a writer, from Longford to spend a week at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre Annaghmakerrig Co.

Monaghan, for the purposes of developing or completing a creative project.

This is a free, informal event for all writers, readers and beat poets to share their work! Anne Skelly who was the creative Writing Development Officer for the County Office for a number of years sadly passed away earlier this year. This unique in conversation event is part of the midlands science festival. The Trinity College lecturer grew up in Coleraine and, as well as studying physics at Queens University, spent two years as a student seminarian. In he came to Dublin to take up a lecturing post at Trinity and continues to teach science students there today.

In he began writing poetry and in he won the Hennessy poetry award. Most recently his poems have featured in the Dart Poetry In Motion series. Click to Book.

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The Prize is open to everyone. The work must be original and previously unpublished. However when you combine the two different forms of creative expression you can create a wonderful frisson of imaginative energy and excitement. Longford has more creative writers per head of population that anywhere in Ireland.

In addition there has been a huge resurgence in the visual arts in the county in recent years. The Respond Project is an effort to harness and combine these two art forms to create an exciting and imaginative project that is unique to Longford. Ten local writers were shown a piece of work by ten local artists and used it as a setting-off point to explore ideas about art, love, loss, family, dreams, memory, places and privacy. The painters were: Hugh P. Gary Robinson showed a three dimensional multi-media piece and the photographers were Michael Croghan and Shelley Corcoran.

Ed Walshe showed ceramic work. The project will culminate with an exhibition of the work and a reading by the responding writers in the Atrium Gallery, Backstage Theatre, Longford on Wednesday 10th December. The art and literature will also be celebrated in a booklet published by the County Arts Office.

This is a prize for single poem, named in honour of a late Irish poet long associated with the Munster Literature Centre. First prize is 1, Euro on 7 October approx. The MLC will subvent travel costs for the winner up to Euro and provide hotel accommodation and meals for three days during the Cork Spring Poetry Festival. The author who takes first prize will have the chance to read the winning poem at the Cork Spring Poetry Festival in February Entrants may contact info munsterlit.

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View PDF. Its latest project is the publication of a DVD of original poetry, prose and memoir written by the members and edited by the internationally recognised Granard poet and dramatist Noel Monahan. Many members, past and present, have been successfully publishedand we look forward to continued success and enjoyment in the future. The book represents the collected work of poetry and prose writers who participated in a mentoring programme organised by the County Arts Office early in The purpose will be to provide a focus of attention on the number of published authors from Longford, the diversity and quality of their work and to provide a professional contact point.

To qualify for inclusion in the Writers Directory it is necessary that a body of your work to have been published in a dedicated publication by a reputable independent publishing house. If you are a creative writer born in County Longford or if you have strong creative or literary connections with the county and you would like to be included in the Writers Directory send an e-mail to; fkennedy longfordcoco.

The evening will be a open mic night for poetry and prose. Come along read even if you have never read before. You can also read on the balcony if you desire. In August Longford County Arts Office announced two interesting creative competitions: to create a title for the up-coming collection of creative writing and the design of a book cover inspired by the title. Nice to see they gave him the Nobel Prize and should have given it to Leonard as well and Paul Simon is still out there somewhere.

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