Brewery Lane Writers’ Weekend – April 19th to 21st

Brewery Lane Writers' Weekend

This is the newest, and maybe most intimate, Writers’ Weekend in Ireland and it’s already packing quite a punch. During Brewery Lane Writers’ Weekend you will have the opportunity to discover what makes a winning short story with Nuala Ní Chonchúir, celebrate the results of the poetry competition judged by Mark Roper, join Richard Hayes of Waterford Institute of Technology for his seminar, ‘Into the New: Writing and Change’, and be with lots of other writers for a weekend of words. The venue is a building that is very old, very atmospheric. It’s currently a theatre cum arts space and was originally a small brewery. There are lots of stories in those thick walls.

The deadline for the Brewery Lane Poetry Competition is Friday, 22nd March. For details and Rules for Entry see here

Brochure Brewery Lane Writers' Weekend April 19-21 2013

Brochure Brewery Lane Writers' Weekend April 19-21 2013

2 responses

  1. Michelle Moloney | Reply

    I cannot wait until for the next one, disappointed to have missed this. It looked fantastic.

    1. Thanks Michelle, yes it was a great weekend. Already looking forward to 2014 😉

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