AT The Edge, Cavan is back in the Flesh
Tuesday 20 October, 6.30pm to 8pm in The Old Townhall, Cavan
AT The Edge, Cavan is back in town on Tuesday 20 October, 6.30pm to 8pm in The Old Townhall, Cavan with three well established poets reading their work in the flesh. As usual, it will be followed by the AT The Edge Open Mic.
The reading will be limited to the first twenty people to register with At The Edge, Cavan curator, Kate Ennals (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to allow for social distancing.
“I am really looking forward to seeing and hearing the three poets read their work,” said Kate Ennals, “Zoom, although great, is not the same. Also, the Open Mic will be a great opportunity to hear what poems Cavan people have been writing during the lockdown, though there is no theme for the open mic as such.”
Jane Robinson lives in Dublin. Her first collection ‘Journey to the Sleeping Whale’ (Salmon, 2018) received the Shine-Strong Award. Her work has been published widely and recognized by various awards including at the Strokestown International Poetry Competition, and at the Red Line Book Festival. Earlier this year, Olivia O'Leary interviewed her for the RTÉ Poetry Programme. Recent and forthcoming projects include a study of Madge Herron, a poetry film, and a new poem sequence to be set to music with support from DLR Arts Office and Creative Ireland.
Miceál Kearney, 40, lives and works in the West of Ireland. He began writing poetry at the turn of the century. He read as part of Poetry Ireland’s Introduction series; 2009. He’s published two collections: Inheritance; Doire Press, 2008 and The Inexperienced Midwife; Arlen House, 2016. Currently working on his third; Set in Stone. He also has had 4 short plays staged.
Grace Wilentz grew up in Greenwich Village, New York City. A graduate of Harvard University, with postgraduate degrees from Oxford University and University College Dublin, she has published poems in The American Poetry Journal, Cyphers, The Harvard Advocate, Magma, The Irish Times and The Seneca Review. She moved to Ireland in 2005 to study the Irish language and became an Irish citizen in 2015. Her first full collection, The Limit of Light was published by The Gallery Press in 2019.
To register your attendance, please email email@example.com. People who do not register will not be allowed in. You can also source information through Eventbrite.