The Irish Writers’ Centre – Annual Open Day

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The Irish Writers’ Centre are hosting their Annual Open Day this September.

Founded in 1991, the Irish Writers’ Centre:

Is the national resource centre for Irish literature.
Our mission is to support and promote writers at all stages of their development.
Offers a diverse programme of writing courses and workshops led by established writers across a range of genres including memoir, poetry, playwriting, short-stories and the novel.
Runs seminars, lectures and readings related to the art of writing.
Hosts a monthly Takin’ the Mic, where members of the public are encouraged to share their creative endeavours.
Welcomes writers, readers and international visitors keen to develop their career as a writer.

The Open Day is FREE to attend on Saturday, September 12th, from 10.30am.

Save the date! Join us for free workshops, tours of the building and lots of information on who we are and what we do!

Here is just some of what we’ll have on offer:

Free prose and poetry creative writing classes
Professional Development Information Session
Tours of the building
Novel Fair Information Session with former judge Anthony Glavin
Join in with the Inkslingers and New Irish Communities, the open creative writing groups that meet on Saturdays at the Irish Writers Centre
Free teas, coffees, cakes and biscuits!



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