Anthony Viney

More Photos From St Patrick’s Eve

Here’s a few more photos from our evening in Blakes on St Patrick’s Eve:      

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Fermanagh Writers At FLive Festival

Last weekend Fermanagh Writers participated in the FLive Festival, performing on Friday afternoon at the Ardhowen Theatre and on Saturday lunchtime at the Bridge Centre in the Presbyterian Church. Both sessions were lively and members of the audience praised the performers afterwards. Our Chair, Tony Brady, tell us about the performance at the Ardhowen Theatre:(…)

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Ballinamallard Festival Photos

Getting ready for the performance:   A few members beside the river:  

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Book Well Received In Ballinamore

Yesterday at the Dialogues Through Literature Readers’ Symposium in Ballinamore, Co Leitrim Fermanagh Writers celebrated the launch of Tuesdays At Charlie’s. We had already launched the book in Enniskillen in May. But since two of our members live in Co Leitrim we also wanted to celebrate the book in Co Leitrim. The book was on sale(…)

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Read Blind Faith on Ye What?

Ye What? has again mentioned our upcoming Readings By Local Writers afternoon this coming Sunday. Today’s post features Anthony Viney’s story, Blind Faith, which was recently printed in the Impartial Reporter. Read the story at: http://ye-what.blogspot.com/2010/08/charlies-bar-church-street-enniskillen.html

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Impartial Reporter Continues Their Series Featuring FCWG Writing

The Impartial Reporter today presents the second part of their series featuring our members’ writing. The story is Anthony Viney’s powerful piece, Blind Faith. This short story evokes a scene in Hitler’s Europe where Jewish people were stuffed into an overcrowded train destined for a concentration camp. The story follows them from the train to the camp and into the gas(…)

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