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Showcase for writers and poets

We believe there are lots of talented new writers who deserve to have their work published. We’re now starting to feature some of those writers so they have a chance to showcase their talents to a large audience.
Showcase for writers and poets. Image copyright Ireland Calling

Lynn Brown poetLynn Brown – American poet who likes writing about Ireland.
Find out more about her and read some of her poems.
John Michael Cahill author of Two Walls and a RoofJohn Michael Cahill – author of Two Walls and a Roof… a wonderful evocation of an Irish childhood in the 1950s and 60s.
David McDonnellDavid McDonnell – author of ClanDonnell: A Storied History of Ireland. It is a collection of true stories of an Irish clan.
Fran ReddyFran Reddy – Fran won a competition for a trip to Ireland in 2013 and was inspired to write.
Eugene John O’Connor has been writing poems for 10 years and finds it ‘a kind of therapy’.

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