Here we can list members’ new publications, websites, blogs, readings, courses and anything else that might be happening to them.
June 24, 2007
Categories: arts, creative writing, Dublin, Dublin Writers Workshop, Electric Acorn, fiction, Ireland, literature, poetry . . Author: Nessa O'Mahony
Here’s the first of our listings of DWW members’ blogs, which I’ll also include in the blogrll list on the side:
DWW member Patrick Chapman recently published a terrific collection of short stories called The Wow Signal which can be ordered from his publisher at http://www.bluechrome.co.uk
Patrick, along with the fabulious Philip Casey, have put together a terrific website hosting out of print Irish poetry collections … check out http://www.irishliteraryrevival.com
I’m doing a reading and teaching workshops at the John Hewitt Summer School in Armagh from 23rd to 27th July. For more details, check out http://www.johnhewitt.og.
I’m also teaching a workshop in Spain in September … for details visit http://www.inthewritelight.com
So, if any other DWW members have news to impart, here’s the place to post it!
My first collection The Bad Habits of Little Boys has just been published in America in hardback by Clock & Rose press. http://www.roses-books.com 165 pages illustrated by Janet Kenny complete with full length CD. Check out the reviews on site. Search under author.
Aurora Antonovic has been in touch to tell us about a blog she and other former Electric Acorn poets are involved in. I’ll add it to the blogroll, but here is the URL
My new full book of poetry, Jonesing for Byzantium, published by UKA Press, is available at Amazon, etc., at http://www.amazon.com/Jonesing-Byzantium-L-Ward-Abel/dp/190579603X/sr=11-1/qid=1163426074/ref=sr_11_1/002-6340998-5020034 .
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