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Paul Casey

 

13 February at 7pm, Cork Arts Theatre
reading with Kathy D'Arcy, Afric McGlinchey and Mary Noonan.
Admission: €6 (€5 concs.) Tickets available at the door.

 

Paul Casey

Photo © John Minihan

Paul Casey grew up between Ireland and Africa. He has worked mostly in multimedia, teaching and film. He taught screenwriting at the Nelson Mandela University, and convened the Greater Port Elizabeth Poetry Competition. His poems are published in Ireland, South Africa, the US and China. His chapbook It’s Not all Bad (Heaventree Press) was published in 2009. In 2010 his poetry-film The Lammas Hireling (after Ian Duhig), premiered in Berlin. His collection home more or less was published by Salmon Poetry in 2012. He is the founder / organiser of the Ó Bhéal reading series in his home city, Cork.

 

More about the author:

Paul Casey at Irish Writers Online (including video The Lammas Hireling)

home more or less at Salmon Poetry (including sample poems)

Poem and reviews by Casey in Southword Journal


 

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