Wednesday, 29 June 2011


I've never heard of this before. Mind you, they probably haven't heard of me. Let's get together!

The lovely, new Triskel Arts Centre, Cork
July 2011

Wednesday 13th July 2011 – 17.30 – 21.30: Tribute to Paddy Galvin

Thursday 14th July 2011
12 – 13.30: David Lloyd, Trevor Joyce, Keith Tuma
15.00 – 16.30: Gerry Loose, John James, Matthew Sweeney
20.00 – until late: Cabaret

Friday 15th July 2011
12 – 13.30: Marianne Morris, Posie Rider, Steve Willey
15 – 16.30: cris cheek, Randolph Healy, Karen Mac Cormack

Fri pm Cous Cous (venue tbc)

Saturday 16th July 2011
12.00 – 13.30: James Cummins, Reitha Pattison, Jow Walton, Rachel Warriner
15.00 – 16.30: Andrea Brady, Justin Katko, Mark Weiss
20.00 – 21.30: Peter Manson, Steve McCaffery, Alice Notley

Sunday 17th July 2011
12.00 – 13.30: Fergal Gaynor, Thomas McCarthy, Geoff Squires

There's not a lot more info on it. Blog here

"Without question it is the most innovative and most important literary gathering to take place in Ireland – or just about anywhere else – over the last decade." – Charles Bernstein (2005)

"One of the most important ongoing poetry festivals in the Anglophone poetry world. . . . This is the festival poetry scholars of the future will be writing about." – Marjorie Perloff

"Our affiliation has provided UbuWeb with new content focused on the rich terrain of Irish and British poetry and poetics. The partnership works both ways: for our audience, SoundEye is Ireland''s most important literary festival." – Kenneth Goldsmith

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