Archive for month: April, 2019
The Word will be held on the 1st May and features writers Nicole Flattery and Caragh Maxwell both, as it happens, originally from Mullingar.
Nicole Flattery’s first collection of short stories, Show Them A Good Time, is published by the Stinging Fly and has received critical acclaim for its humour and insight. Colin Barrett says Flattery’s stories ‘are startling, daring and dazzingly dark.’ Sally Rooney calls the collection a master class in the short story, ‘bold, irreverent and astonishingly funny.’ Flattery’s stories have been published in the Irish Times, The Dublin Review, the White Review and Winter Papers. Her forthcoming novel Nothing Special will be published in 2021.
Described as ‘…a startling new talent,’ Caragh Maxwell’s essay, ‘Anatomy of a Sinking Ship’, was published in the Irish Times in February to huge acclaim. Her short story ‘Spelunking’ will be featured in the Irish Times Summer Fiction Series and she’ll be appearing in the Emerging Writers Showcase at Listowel Writer’s Week in late May. Maxwell is student on The BA Writing and Literature programme at IT Sligo.
The writers will read from their work followed by a Q& A and an open-mic session. Local writers are welcome to read at the open-mic which operates on a first come, first served basis. The Word is a collaboration between Sligo Central Library and the BA in Writing & Literature at IT Sligo. There is no charge for this event. 1st May, 6.30 pm, Sligo Central Library.
Mango Languages have enhanced their Language learning platform, introducing new improved features following feedback from users.
Take the first step to providing your organization with a personalized language-learning resource — reach out to Mango today.
Our Mission Statement
To provide a responsive, accessible and inclusive library service for all our customers, which fosters reading, stimulates the imagination and contributes to lifelong learning and cultural recreation. For more read our About us page
© Sligo County Libraries, Stephen Street, Sligo, Ireland. | T: 071 9111850 | F: 071 9146798 | E: [email protected]