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Patrick Kavanagh Centre – Calander of events 2...

March, Thursday 21st: World Poetry Day May (date to be confirmed): Annual Poetry Writing Workshop May, Friday 24th: Closing date for entry to Patrick Kavanagh Student Poetry Awards 2019. June (date to be confirmed): Annual Creative Writing Workshop. July, Saturday 13th- Sunday 14th: Inniskeen Road July Evening Festival July, Friday 26th 2019: Closing date for […]

‘Tractography’: Collection of poetry fro...

The Irish poet and neuroscientist Laurence O’Dwyer launched his debut collection. The Irish poet and neuroscientist Laurence O’Dwyer launched his debut collection, Tractography at Keats House in London on Thursday night, 25th October. An original kernel of poems from the collection received the Patrick Kavanagh Award for Poetry in 2016. The book received the Straid […]

Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award 2018 update

The Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Winner and Runners-up 2018 have been notified. The Award Ceremony will take place on Friday 28th September at 9pm in the Patrick Kavanagh Centre, Inniskeen, Co. Monaghan We take this opportunity to thank all those who participated in this year’s competition.

Patrick Kavanagh 50th Anniversary

We had a memorable day in Inniskeen on Thursday. A dull morning lifted before noon and the crowds in the graveyard had a wonderful dry experience. Art Agnew asked that the poems from the nine readers would be received in silence in deference to the sacred place where so many people were resting in peace. […]

50th Anniversary of Patrick Kavanagh’s death

The Patrick Kavanagh Centre & Monaghan County Council present a graveside tribute to poet and writer Patrick Kavanagh featuring a number of well known poets and writers from across county Monaghan and beyond. Patrick Kavanagh was born in County Monaghan in 1904. He died on 30th November 1967, and is buried at the former St. […]

Remembering Patrick Kavanagh – 2017

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Monaghan Association – Dublin, presents: Remembering Patrick Kavanagh – 2017. Commemorating 50 years since his death on 30th Nov. 1967. Buswells Hotel, Dublin, Tuesday, 24th October, 2017. Background: 1. Patrick Kavanagh’s epic poem The Great Hunger was written while he lived in 122, Morehampton Rd. in Oct. 1941 and was first published in Horizon Magazine […]

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Ireland’s Ancient East – The Story of Monaghan

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Discover the hidde gems of County Monaghan on this two-day, self-guided tour, taking in ancient monastic sites, unspoilt landscapes, picturesque villages, museum treasures & much more.
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