getting ready for launch

Life has become very exciting here at Write By The Sea as we prepare to launch full details of our forthcoming programme for 2018.  People have already taken advantage of our Early Bird offer through Event Brite, and we still hope to spring a few surprise additions to...

DONAL RYAN COMPARED TO JOYCE

The team here at Write By The Sea are delighted to see that Donal Ryan’s new novel From A Low Quiet Sea (love the marine connection!) is garnering such favourable critical responses, especially as we recall how Donal enthralled many with his interview at our festival...

SEASCAPES DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

On two upcoming Fridays, March 9 and 23, the Seascapes programme on RTE Radio 1 at 10.30 pm will broadcast two more winning entries in our writing competitions for attendees at last year’s Write By The Sea festival. Marie Noonan will read her victorious short story,...

WRITE BY THE SEA WINNERS ON RTE

The three winners of last year’s Write By The Sea writing competitions have recorded their winning entries for broadcast on RTE Radio 1’s Seascapes programme that airs every Friday night at 10.30 with presenter Fergal Keane.  This is the second year the programme has...

WRITE BY THE SEA 2018

We are delighted to announce that the third Write By The Sea Festival will take place from Friday, September 28th to Sunday, September 30th 2018. Further details will be announced in the near future.  

DONAL RYAN SHORTLISTED FOR MAJOR AWARD

Donal Ryan, who made a very stimulating contribution to Write By The Sea in 2017, has been shortlisted for the 2018 international Dublin Literary Award for his novel All We Shall Know.  The top prize is €100,000, and we are delighted to note that among the other...