Tony Viney

No Alibis – Nowhere To Run And Hide

John James recounts our visit to the Big Smoke: When it was first mooted, we all had our doubts. How would a local anthology fare up in the Big Smoke? Would anybody be interested in a bit of culchie culture in the rich tapestry of life and art, in the Bohemian student area of Botanic(…)

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Unhinged and Beckett

John James reflects on Fermanagh Writers’ contribution to Happy Days, Enniskillen’s first Beckett Festival: Cobbling together a name at the last minute for our session on the Fringe, was a challenge in itself, all the best ideas seemed to have been snapped up by other events.    However our dish seemed to entice an interested and appreciative(…)

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Barracaded in Barrack Storeroom

Yesterday afternoon, during Heritage Open Days , Fermanagh Creative Writing Group took up residence in Enniskillen Castle Museum’s Barrack Storeroom. We had a great time hosting an Open Mic Afternoon for writers – and listeners were eagerly invited in. Many of our members read their work and we also welcomed several other writers from the local area who shared stories and(…)

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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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