I grew up in the Gaeltacht boglands of northwest Donegal. As a child I’d stand outside my front door and shout downhill to my friend Danny who lived a few bogs away. I’d shout out his name and wait for the echo, syllable by syllable, to arrive at his door. He’d come out shortly [...]
Poetry Ireland is delighted to announce three new guest editors of Poetry Ireland Review for the 2023 publication year, who will each take up editorship of an upcoming issue of the highly-regarded poetry journal. The three guest editors are Maurice Riordan, Spring Issue, Annemarie Ní Churreáin, Summer Issue, and Nidhi Zak / Aria Eipe, [...]
An immersive weekend of poetry, landscape & stories in the heart of the Donegal Gaeltacht With Annemarie Ní Churreáin 25th – 27th Feb 2022 The Song House is delighted to present a special weekend retreat for writers of poetry at all levels. Hosted by Donegal poet Annemarie Ní Churreáin, the programme will feature poetry workshops, [...]
Annemarie is the Mairtin Crawford Poetry Judge this year, alongside Moyra Donaldson. Details here.
Register here for this Poetry Ireland reading, in collaboration with Maynooth University & supported by the Arts Council of Ireland. Readings on the subject of Irish Mother and Baby Homes and related institutional histories.
9 March 2021 Read Annemarie’s Totally Dublin interview
Saturday 23 November 2019. Join us for an intensive day-long Poetry Workshop at Dingle Literary Festival. Booking and details here.
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