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The Limerick Writers' Centre Present

Lunch Time Poetry @ The Hunt Museum

Friday 28th 2017, 1pm


In association with the Hunt Museum 8 poets (2 per week) will give a reading in the Captain's Room four Fridays in July from 1.00pm to 2.00pm, readings will be preceded by a piece of music performed by local musicians.


Eoin Devereux is a Professor by day. He writes short-stories, flash fiction and poetry. His writing has been broadcast on RTE and has been published in The Bohemyth; The Galway Review, Wordlegs and in Revival. His story 'Mrs Flood' was published by The O'Brien Press in 2014. In July 2016, Eoin was a guest lecturer on the UL/Frank McCourt.

Ruth Marshall is a Scottish poet, storyteller and author, living in Co Clare. She finds inspiration from nature, spirituality, the elements, and sees poetry as medicine to nurture the soul. Her poetry has been published in journals and anthologies in Ireland and UK, including The Stony Thursday Book, Kindred Spirit, The Three Legged Stool, Electric Acorn, and her books include: Celebrating Irish Festivals (Hawthorn Press, 2003), Clare Folk Tales (The History Press, 2013) and Limerick Folk Tales (The History Press, 2016). As a storyteller, Ruth visits schools through the Heritage in Schools and Artists in Schools schemes. She taught creative writing to teenagers in Alfa-Raheenwood Steiner secondary for 5 years, and has offered courses for adults over many years. She also offers creativity and transformation workshops. This summer Ruth is working as a guide on Scattery Island. www.ruthmarshallarts.weebly.com


Contact Dominic Taylor 087 2996409 or Email limerickwriterscentre@gmail.com for further information. www.limerickwriterscentre.com

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