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St Patrick’s Poetry Reading in association with John Hewitt Society and Armagh City Chapter
Armagh Robinson Library
Armagh City Chapter and the John Hewitt Society presents "A Festival Poetry Reading with Moyra Donaldson, Noel Monahan & Kate Newmann. "

An opportunity to celebrate and explore contemporary poetry read by acclaimed Irish poets. Moyra Donaldson, from Co Down, has published ten collections of poetry including a Selected Poems. Her work is widely anthologised and she has read at festivals in Europe, Canada and America.

Noel Monahan is a native of Granard, Co. Longford, now living in Cavan. He has won numerous awards for his poetry and writing. and has published seven collections of poetry with Salmon Poetry, with a new collection, Journey Upstream, due from them in 2024. His work has been translated into French and Italian, including Celui Qui Porte Un Veau’ and Tra Una Vita E L’Altra.

Kate Newmann has published five collections of poetry, with a sixth – ‘Cockett’ – due out in 2024. She compiled the ‘Dictionary of Ulster Biography’ and ‘Nearness of Ice: stories of Arctic Convoy veterans’. She read at the Himalayan Echoes Festival in Nainital. Kate was Poet Laureate for Ballycastle, County Antrim, and is Co-Director of Summer Palace Press.

This event takes place on Thursday 14th Feb at 7.30pm in Armagh Robinson Library. Tickets cost £8 per person and the event will last approx. 75 minutes.

Should you have any access requirements, please mention during the booking process and these will be accommodated as far as possible. Please email St. Patrick’s Festival, Armagh stpatricksfestival@armaghbanbridgecraigavon.gov.uk for further assistance.

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