1.15 on Wednesday 3th March Chapters of Parnell St, Dublin 1 With Cláir Ni Aonghusa, Pauline Fayne, Greagoir Ó Duill Cláir Ní Aonghusa was born, reared and educated in Dublin and is a member of the St Stephen's Green Writers' group. Her short stories have been published widely. She has a degree in English and Irish, is an award-winning poet and short story writer and has twice been short-listed for the Hennessy/Sunday Tribune Emerging Fiction Writer Award. Her first novel, Four Houses and a Marriage, was published by Poolbeg in 1997 and her second novel Civil and Strange was published in the USA by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2008. Penguin Ireland published the UK edition of Civil and Strange in 2009. She lives in Dublin. Pauline Fayne was born in 1954 and lives in Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Her first collection Journey was published in 1979 by Sheveck Press. Her second collection Killer of Fishes was published by Stonebridge Publications in 2001. A third collection I'm Fine, Really was published by Stonebridge Publications in October 2005. Her fourth collection Mowing in the Dark will be published by Stonebridge in 2010. Pauline’s work has been included in several anthologies, including: The White Page (edited by Joan Mc Breen and published by Salmon Press); Four Urban Voices (edited by Dermot Bolger and published by Raven Arts Press); Rainbows and Stone (edited by Michael Bouchier and published by Real Ireland). Her work has also been broadcast on RTE Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4. Greagoir Ó Duill was born in Dublin and grew up outside Belfast. He has published nine collections of poetry, two anthologies, a critical biography and a collection of short stories, and he has taken prizes in poetry, short fiction and criticism. He writes in both Irish and English and his w ork is widely anthologised and has been translated into the major European languages - most recently with a full-length collection of versions of his Irish poems in English by Bernie Kenny called Gone to Earth. He has read from Cork to Stornoway to Palermo to New York. His own most recent collection New Room Windows (Doghouse, 2008) is in English and a new collection Gracenotes will be published by Seven Towers in autumn 2010 (SevenTowers)
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