Lovely to have my poem, Lemon Season, broadcast as part of this show: Sunday Miscellany Rte Radio 1 , July 10th listen back on RTE Radioplayer http://www.rte.ie/radio/utils/radioplayer/rteradioweb.html#!rii=b9%5F10594142%5F68%5F10%2D07%2D2016%5F In the Meadow by Grace Wells Postcards from a Hospital by Doireann Ní Ghríofa The Bookcase by Denis Sampson Four Stories Up a poem by Jane Clarke Rock
My prose piece on : Sunday Miscellany May 22nd RTE Radio 1 Springsteen and the Ties That Bind by Denise Blake Real Player link: http://www.rte.ie/radio1/sunday-miscellany/programmes/2016/0522/789846-sunday-miscellany-sunday-22-may-2016/?clipid=2185000#2185000 Sunday Miscellany New short essays: Going Back to the Blasket Island by Róisín Sheehy The Barrington Disconnect by Pat McLoughlin Swoop a poem by Paddy Moran Springsteen and the Ties
Conwal Singers & Friends: Denise Blake, Mind your Quavers and The Derg Valley Choir Song, poetry and music with The Conwal Singers and Friends L’kenny Regional Cultural Centre, 13 May 2016 8.15pm The Conwal Singers are pleased to present an evening of summer song, poetry and music as part of the Bealtaine Festival. We are
Creative Writing workshops from April 12th 6 Tuesdays – 7:30 – 9:30 – Carn Lodge, Ramelton For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org , 087-6486079 or PM. The workshops will be held in a comfortable, safe environment by Denise Blake, a facilitator who is highly experienced in working with beginners as well as advanced writers of all ages.
3 /01/16 Sunday Miscellany Rte Radio 1 – I had a piece about Rodin’s Thinker broadcast this morning and I loved the music with the piece:‘ S Wonderful’ by Gershwin played by Stéphane Grappelli and Yehudi Menuhin on violin. With thanks to Aoife Nic Cormaic , producer Lovely show – listen back on Radio
AFTER THE SHORTEST DAY – broadcast on Sunday Miscellany RTE Radio 1 27/12/15- After the Shortest Day As Venus appears with a crescent moon, look upwards, breathe in the wonder. You will see them watching over us through the darkest of nights. Pivot until you see the three bright stars resting on the swath of