CWCW Poetry Workshop with Poet Margaret Galvin

Enniscorthy Library, Lymington Rd,
Closed Session
Two sessions: 11am and 2pm
Wexford Literary Arts Festival is proud to announce its sponsorship of creative writing workshops for persons with intellectual disability and other support needs. The Festival is serious in its commitment to inclusivity and the belief that the creative arts are the preserve of all citizens. The Festival values the uniqueness of each individual’s voice and recognises the enrichment that occurs when real diversity and equality is embraced, when everybody experiences a real and cherished welcome. 
Groups from County Wexford Community Workshop, Enniscorthy will avail of two writing workshops at Enniscorthy library on July 1st, the opening day of the Festival. Enjoyment, celebration and fun with words are guaranteed. Those participating will also be supported to reflect on their own experiences and see how that material is at the heart of creative expression. Creativity is all about shared community and common experience, regardless of whatever differences might be perceived to separate us. 
These workshops are facilitated by Wexford writer Margaret Galvin who has a background in social care and works in disability support at Ard Aoibhinn, Wexford

2022 Wexford Literary Arts Festival Awards Night : Room and Zoom 

The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Rd
By invitation only
6.30pm for 7pm
Guest Speaker: Susan Tomaselli, founder and editor, Gorse Journal. Read more about Susan: Premiere of “The Boat Train” by Enniscorthy’s own, Carmel Codd Leen. Awards for winners, 2nd and 3rd placegetters and all shortlisted authors for: Colm Toibin International Short Story, Anthony Cronin International Short Poem, Billy Roche International Short Play, Eoin Colfer International Children’s Short Story


04. Enniscorthy Library, Lymington Rd,
01. The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Rd
Look forward to seeing you all on the first day of the Festival