Teresa Kane

Fermanagh’s Women Aloud Part 3

There’s more yet. Let’s meet a few more of the women who are part of Women Aloud Fermanagh 2016: Teresa Kane, Antoinette Rock and Mary McElroy. Teresa Kane: She has worked as a freelance journalist for BBC and for many years as a regional leader for Pushkin Prizes Creative Writing Trust. She has a long(…)

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Join Us For Women Aloud Fermanagh

This year for International Women’s Day on 8th March, WomenAloudNI, a zero-funded, voluntary provincewide project, has been set up to highlight the writing of women writers in Northern Ireland. This is their first year and they are organising at least one event in each county on International Women’s Day. Fermanagh Writers is hosting this county’s(…)

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Thoughts on Point of Absence

An Appreciation by Tony Brady In the recent All Ireland Poetry Slam Final, held in Blakes of The Hollow, watering place and home of Fermanagh Writer’s, Poet Teresa Kane was placed in the final three competitors. My personal view, and no reflection on the excellent judges, polemics delivered by the first and second contenders won (…)

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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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She’ll Do Rightly

Tony Brady tells us about Fermanagh Writers contribution to the Heaney tribute at the William Carleton Summer School: Tuesday 5th August 2014, William Carleton Summer School,  Public Open Session, to  receive Personal  Appreciations of Seamus Heaney, Corick House Hotel, Augher, Tyrone. Fermanagh Writers were asked to participate at the planning stage in January. The organisers(…)

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