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Kerry County Council Invites Applications for New Writer In Residence

Kerry County Council Invites Applications for New Writer In Residence

January 29, 2016 at 3:19 pm Comments are Disabled

ARE you a published writer? Well then, this might be of interest to you. Kerry County Council, in partnership with the Arts Council of Ireland, is seeking a Writer in Residence as part of its Artist Engagement Programme for 2016. Previous Writers in Residence included Galway’s Maire Holmes, and Tralee’s […]

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Tralee Writer Shortlisted For Hot Press Competition

Tralee Writer Shortlisted For Hot Press Competition

May 4, 2015 at 2:06 pm Comments are Disabled

A TRALEE student has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Hot Press ‘Write Here, Write Now’  competition. Kerry is represented in the third-level category by David O’Donoghue for Tralee. The prize for the overall winners includes an internship at Hot Press.   “There was a huge level of interest in the […]

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Local Woman Is One Of 12 Authors Nationally To Take Part In ‘Novel Fair 2015’

Local Woman Is One Of 12 Authors Nationally To Take Part In ‘Novel Fair 2015’

January 29, 2015 at 10:18 am Comments are Disabled

A TRALEE resident is in one of 12 writers who have been selected from almost 250 applicants to participate in Novel Fair 2015, an annual Irish Writers Centre initiative which will take place on Saturday, February 21. Barbara Magee Lovric, an avid and talented writer from Knocknacuig in Tralee, has won a […]

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Tralee Writers Make Long List In Prestigious Competition

Tralee Writers Make Long List In Prestigious Competition

September 5, 2014 at 11:42 am Comments are Disabled

A TRALEE pharmacist and a teacher in Presentation Milltown have made the long list in the new writer category of the annual  creative writing competition, Over The Edge. Anne O’Neill, owner of O’Neill’s Pharmacy, Abbey Court, and Victoria Kennefick who is originally from Cork, but now living in town, have made the […]

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Tralee Woman Needs Your Votes For Stellar Award

Tralee Woman Needs Your Votes For Stellar Award

August 10, 2014 at 8:29 am Comments are Disabled

FRESH from helping Gary Keane to the Electric Picnic, we’re now looking for your help to get a hometown comedian a Stellar Award. Carol Tobin, originally from Oakpark, but now living in Dublin, has been nominated in the Best Comedian category. The comedian/writer/actress/blogger is well-known for her appearances in many […]

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