Successful poets for the Kilkenny Poetry Broadsheet Issue 14 Announced!!!
This year's Kilkenny Poetry Broadsheet, a well established publication which gives local writers a platform for their work, received record submissions, one hundred and ninety two poems were submitted for consideration by seventy seven poets with thirteen poems by thirteen poets selected by Editor Enda Coyle-Greene.Congratulations to all the successful poets and thank you to all who submitted!
Selected poets include Noel Howley, Mike Watts, Helena Nolan, Michael Massey, Gerry Moran, Carmel Cummins, Rachael Hanaphy - Pigott, Paddy Doyle, Liam Cleary, Nuala Roche, Nora Brennan, Larry Cotter and Gillian Somerville - Large.
Editor Enda Coyle Greene says of the publication:
'It was a pleasure and an honour to accept the role of Editor for this year's Kilkenny Poetry Broadsheet. The number of submissions received, the highest ever, says a lot about the vitality of poetry as an art form in Kilkenny, and made my task of choosing the poems for inclusion all the more difficult..'
Enda Coyle-Greene lives in Co. Dublin. Published widely in print and online journals, she is also a frequent contributor to programmes on RTÉ Radio. Her first collection of poetry, Snow Negatives, won the Patrick Kavanagh Award in 2006 and was published by Dedalus Press the following year. Her second collection, Map of the Last, also from Dedalus, was published in 2013.
Friday, 15th August 5pm in the Parade Tower, Kilkenny Castle, will see the launch of the fourteenth issue of the very popular Kilkenny Poetry Broadsheet, by former US Poet Laureate Billy Collins, with Editor Enda Coyle-Greene.
Join us at the launch of the Kilkenny Poetry Broadsheet Issue 14 where you will have the opportunity to hear the poets read their work and Editor Enda Coyle-Greene speak of their work.
This is a free but ticketed event so please book through the Kilkenny Arts Festival Box Office or websitewww.kilkennyarts.ie
Copies of Kilkenny Poetry Broadsheet Issue 14 will be available FREE from John's Green House, the Kilkenny Arts Festival Box Office and all county libraries after the launch.
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