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Entries open for Hartnett poetry award

first_imgPrint Twitter Michael Hartnett, an outstanding weaver of words and concepts as Béarla agus Gaeilge.THE call has gone out for submissions for this year’s Michael Hartnett Poetry Award, which is presented each year as part of the Éigse Michael Hartnett Literary and Arts Festival in Newcastle West.Established following his death in 1999, the award is given, in alternate years, to poetry collections in English and Irish, in honour of Hartnett’s work in both languages.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This year, the award is for a collection of poems in English, published in 2018 or 2019.It must be a single collection, not collected or selected poems and must be a third or subsequent collection published by the poet.The Michael Hartnett Poetry Award is jointly funded by Limerick City and County Council and the Arts Council and the prize is worth €4,000.This year’s adjudicators for the award are poets Thomas McCarthy and Geraldine Mitchell.The winner will be announced in the autumn and the award presented to the winning poet at Éigse Michael Hartnett in October.Organisers are working on a condensed version of the annual literary festival, which will take place in line with Covid-19 guidelines.Previous award winners include Julie O’Callaghan, Vona Groarke, Kerry Hardie, Sinead Morrissey, Paddy Bushe, Maurice Riordan, Aine Ní Fhoghlú, James Harpur, Peter Sirr, Mark Roper and Jo Slade, John McAuliffe and Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Seosamh Ó Murchú, Mary O’Malley, Macdara Woods, and Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh.Application forms and submitted books should be emailed to [email protected] or sent by mail to Limerick Culture and Arts Office, Merchant’s Quay, Limerick V94 EH90 by 5pm on Friday, July 31. Linkedin WhatsApp LifestyleArtsNewsLocal NewsEntries open for Hartnett poetry awardBy Alan Jacques – July 27, 2020 141 center_img Email Facebook Previous articleParents left devastated over closure of creche due lack of staff for Play PodsNext articleSurvey says suicidal are being failed Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisementlast_img read more

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