Eibhlís Carcione

Children’s Writer & Poet

News

HOWL ’23 Launch (24 October 2023)

It was a pleasure to have my poem included in HOWL ’23 and to read Journey In Heavy Snow with the other contributors at Waterstones Cork. Thanks to the editors Róisín Leggett Bohan, Lauren O’Donovan and Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh.

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Listen To The Birds (27 April)

Ag súil go mór leis an ócáid speisialta seo. The Palestinian poet Marwan Makhoul will visit Ireland with his translator of ten years Raphael Cohen. Áine Ní Fhoghlú, Louis De Paor and I will be sharing our Irish translations of Marwan’s poems at the Cork World Book Fest. Buíochas mór le Liam Carson agus le Annemarie Ní Chuirreáin. https://triskelartscentre.ie/events/listen-to-the-birds/

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The Loch Raven Review

Delighted to have Irish poems in The Loch Raven Review with translations by the poet Thomas McCarthy. Thanks to the editor Prof Brendan Corcoran. https://thelochravenreview.net

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Halloween Reading

(28 October 2023) I had a spooktacular time with a fantastic bunch of kids at Waterstones Cork.

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The Raven McKay Art and Writing Competition

Congratulations to the three winners! 🖤👻👻👻🖤 It was hard to make a winning selection out of so many fantastic entries from so many talented young writers and artists. But after careful consideration we have decided to award three winners with a signed copy of Welcome to Dead Town Raven McKay and a Raven McKay Poster. The lucky winners are: Olivia da Mata Lemos (Poem Untitled) Natalie Ryan (Poem Raven McKay) Ruby Ryan (Art)

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Fíorbhraon (28 May 2023)

Filíocht, prós agus amhránaíocht, Books Upstairs, Baile Átha Cliath. Buíochas mór le Liam Carson, Cathal Póirtéir, an fear an tí, agus Imram.

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Agallamh/Interview 12 February 2023

AN CÚINNE DÁNA RTÉ RADIÓ NA GAELTACHTA Ba dheas a bheith ag comhrá le Tristan Rosenstock ar An Cúinne Dána le déanaí faoi Bean Róin. I s féidir éisteacht siar leis anseo: I was delighted to discuss my new poetry book Bean Róin with Tristan Rosenstock on An Cúinne Dána. You can listen to the interview here: rte.ie/radio

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