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James Harpur: Cork Poetry Festival


Thursday 26 Mar 2020, 22:00 to 23:00
Location:

Cork Arts Theatre
Carroll's Quay
Shandon
Cork
Ireland

Description:

Kavanagh Fellowship Reading: Noel Duffy, James Harpur, Nell Regan

 Noel Duffy’s debut collection In the Library of Lost Objects was shortlisted for the Shine/Strong Award for best first collection by an Irish poet. His second collection On Light & Carbon followed in autumn 2013, with a third, Summer Rain, appearing in 2016. His most recent collection is Street Light Amber, which will be published in early 2020.

 Nell Regan is a poet and non-fiction writer. Her third collection is One Still Thing (Enitharmon Press, London). She has been a Fellow at the International Writers Programme, Iowa and recipient of an Arts Council Literature Bursary. Forthcoming from Dedalus Press is her co-translation from the Japanese of Oguru’s 100 Poets: 100 Poems.

James Harpur’s latest book of poems is The White Silhouette (Carcanet), an Irish Times Book of the Year. He was a recipient of the Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship in 2013. He is a member of Aosdána and lives in West Cork.

Tickets are 5 euros and can be bought here.

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