Gallery Goes to Clifden Arts Festival presents Grace Wilentz and Annemarie Ní Churreáin on September 19th in Clifden, County Galway (Limited number of tickets available).

4.00pm
September 19th
Station House Theatre
Clifden
County Galway

 

Grace Wilentz was born in New York City and grew up in Greenwich Village. A graduate of Harvard University, with postgraduate degrees from Oxford University and University College Dublin, she has published poems in The American Poetry Journal, Cyphers, The Harvard Advocate, The Irish Times and The Seneca Review.  She moved to Ireland in 2005 to study the Irish language and became an Irish citizen in 2015. Grace published her first collection, The Limit of Light, with The Gallery Press in 2020.

 

Annemarie Ní Churreáin comes from the Donegal Gaeltacht. Bloodroot, published by Doire Press in 2017, was shortlisted for the Shine Strong Award and the Julie Suk Award. She is a recipient of a Next Generation Artist Award and co-recipient of the Markievicz Award. She has received literary fellowships from USA, Germany and Scotland and was Writer-in-Residence at NUI, Maynooth, and Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris. Due for publication in November 2021, The Poison Glen is her first collection with The Gallery Press.

 

Gallery Goes to Clifden Arts Festival is the third of our Gallery Goes… touring events this year. Previous events were the John Hewitt International Summer School and Cork International Poetry Festival.
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