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Opportunities for poets from Poetry Ireland: Cúirt Bursary; Tyrone Guthrie Centre Bursary and Mind your own Business! – a seminar on the practical side of being a poet.

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Poets in all stages of their careers can take advantage of opportunities presented by Poetry Ireland in March and April.  Poetry Ireland and Cúirt International Festival of Literature (23-30 April 2017) are delighted to offer an emerging younger poet the opportunity to visit the festival and to immerse themselves in the poetry programme. The Poetry Ireland and Cúirt Bursary includes tickets to all events and workshops, accommodation […]

Training Programme 2017

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Publishing Ireland will be hosting a number of training events over the next few months, from the Life Cycle of the Book to InDesign, Editing and Legal Issues for Publishers! You can find our full schedule of events via: FINAL_Training Schedule 2017 Contact us at info@publishingireland.com for more details

Life Cycle of the Book series

Sunday, January 8th, 2017

The Life Cycle of the Book is a series presented by Publishing Ireland in association with the Irish Writers Centre and supported by Words Ireland. The series will be made up of short evening talks on the different aspects of the publishing process, aimed at both established and aspiring writers, anyone interested in working in the […]

Academic Publishing Workshop From proposal writing, publishing to promotion

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Publishing Ireland (CLE), in association with the UCD Humanities Institute, presents Academic Publishing Workshop From proposal writing, publishing to promotion This workshop will provide PhD students and postdoctoral researchers with practical guidance on all stages of academic publishing: picking the right publisher, to peer review, funding, to making their work accessible and visible. The panel […]