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    Meath County Council invites applications for a Meath County Council for the period September 2018 to December 2018. These Residencies are managed by Meath County Council Library Service. Closing date for receipt of applications is August 7th 2018 at 5:00pm The residency is open to published writers working in any genre of fiction or poetry that has significant experience in delivering high quality writing experiences for children and young people. The residency will fund a writer to work in primary schools and public libraries for 38 hours; 5 hours development time, 31 hours contact time, and 2 hours evaluation and documentation time.  The total fee, including travel and expenses and VAT, is €2,200 and the residency will span an 11-week period. The payment schedule will be 50% on commencement and 50% on completion of the residency and receipt of a short evaluation report. It is a requirement of the residency that... READ MORE

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    Creative Ardagh will be hosting a unique storytelling and mythology event this August 11th and 12th. Scéalta Beo will have a diverse programme for adults, teens and families including workshops and performances over the two days. Some of our panel of international storytellers and mythology experts have been working on new pieces on Midir and Etain especially for their appearances. The weekend promises to be an extremely memorable occasion. Saturday will be an adult-focused day, as the explorations of some of the themes of the legend are not suitable for younger ears. John Wilmott of Bards in the Woods (Co. Sligo) will set the scene for the festival at 12pm on Saturday with a prequel of the folklore, landscape and mystery that fed into the Etain and Midir story. This will be followed by the story of the Three Etains by Gerry Donlon of Bards Aloud (Ipswich) and Kate Corkery... READ MORE

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    Applications are invited from emerging writers who are resident in County Westmeath. This opportunity is open to writers of poetry and/or adult fiction. The selected mentee will work with the John Broderick Writer in Residence Annemarie Ni Churreain at Athlone Library. Mentoring consists of 10 sessions of 60 minutes. Applicants are asked to submit the following: A cover letter with an introduction to your proposed writing project/ ideas 3-6 pages of creative writing A CV (please include any details of publications, workshops attended etc and send details to writer@westmeathcoco.ie

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