‘Tidings’ – the 2013 Poetry Pamphlet from Brewery Lane

'Tidings' - 2013 Poetry Pamphlet

It’s here! ‘Tidings’, this year’s poetry pamphlet from the writers who read at the monthly poetry sessions in Brewery Lane Theatre, Carrick-on-Suir, has just been delivered by the printers. This year’s edition, with contributions from 12 poets, is in aid of Carrick’s River Rescue, a voluntary group whose work forms an important part of the fabric of the town.


‘Tidings’ will be for sale from Friday, 13th December in the pop-up Artisan Christmas Market at 42 Main Street, Carrick-on-Suir, beside the old Post Office – with thanks to Linda Fahy for providing this showcase for craftspeople in the area. Only a limited number of copies of ‘Tidings’ have been printed so get there early.



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