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Christmas Greetings from the Write By The Sea crew to you, our funders, sponsors, writers, volunteers and supporters. What began as a spark of inspiration in our small community has now become a vibrant annual literary festival with a national and international dimension. We wish you a wonderful festive season and a

Write By The Sea and Wexford Library are delighted to present an hour of storytelling from some of Ireland's most beloved storytellers, EDDIE LENIHAN, JOE BRENNAN AND BAYA Date: Saturday 28th September 2019 Time: 7pm Venue: Registration is at 6.45pm in the Stella Maris Centre, Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford. These events are free and open to all. Places are limited.

Paula Meehan was born in 1955 in Dublin where she still lives. While attending St. Michael's Holy Faith Covent in Dublin she was expelled after organising a protest march against the school regime. She later studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and at Eastern Washington University in the USA, among other places of

Kevin Doyle, one of the amazing writers in this year's festival, is launching his new book 'A River of Bodies' on Thursday 25th July in Easons, St. Patrick Street Cork at 6.30pm. A River of Bodies is the much awaited sequel to his brilliant debut novel 'To Keep A Bird Singing'. Kevin will

Kit de Waal is an award-winning writer whose novels place ordinary people at the centre of the story. Her debut novel,My Name is Leon(2016), was the winner of the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year 2017 and shortlisted for the Desmond Elliot Prize, among others. Before beginning writing professionally, Kit worked

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