Monday, 30 March 2009

Trinity Workshop

The School of English at Trinity College Dublin is offering a free six-week creative writing workshop with its current Arts Council of Ireland Writer Fellow, Michael O’Loughlin, to start in April.

This workshop is run every year.

Though primarily a poet, Michael O’Loughlin has also published a collection of short stories, The Inside Story, and has written many screenplays, including Snapshots.

If you write both poetry and prose, I would submit poetry.

Submissions are currently being invited for places on the weekly two-hour workshop. Samples of work of 1,500-2,500 words of prose are being sought, or four to six poems.

As Writer in Residence in Galway City in 2007, Michael edited an anthology of writing by immigrants, called Galway: City of Strangers. He is particularly interested in receiving submissions for this workshop from immigrants of any background.

does that mean me?

All submissions should be sent by post to Writer Fellow’s Workshop, Oscar Wilde Centre, School of English, Trinity College Dublin, 21 Westland Row, Dublin 2, by Friday 17 April.

The workshops will be held on Wednesday evenings between 7pm-9pm.

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