Tag Archives: June Considine

Imprisoned Voices: A Hearing

Today is PEN International’s Day of the Imprisoned Writer. Last night, the Freedom to Write Campaign held a poetry reading in the brilliant Parnell Square premises of Poetry Ireland, who were supporting the event, as was Irish PEN. The format … Continue reading

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DAPHNE CARUANA GALIZIA: London Vigil

One year ago today, Daphne Caruana Galizia, a Maltese journalist who exposed corruption and criticized the Maltese political establishment, was assassinated. She had received several death threats; fires had been set near her home; her dog had been killed. She … Continue reading

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Peregrine Readings

I’m going to be reading with Carlo Gébler at the Irish Writers’ Centre (19 Parnell Square Dublin 1) on Thursday 18th November at 7.30 pm. The event will be chaired by June Considine. It’s part of the Peregrine Series of … Continue reading

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