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First Over the Edge of 2017

Wednesday, 11th January, 2017 1:00am

The January ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ takes place in Galway City Library on Thursday 19 January, from 6.30pm-8pm. The Featured Readers are Vinny Steed, Helena Kilty, and Tim Sniffen. This reading marks the 14th anniversary of the first Over The Edge reading in Galway City Library.

Vinny Steed has had work published abroad and at home. His poems have featured in the Galway Review, Headstuff, Skylight 47, Crannóg, Into the Void, Tales from the Forest magazine and in the upcoming Ofi Press magazine in February. He was long listed for the 2015 and 2016 Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition and short listed for the 2016 Doolin poetry competition. One of his poems was recently nominated by Into the Void for the Pushcart Prize. He attends poetry workshops in the Galway Arts Centre.

Helena Kilty lives in Galway, where she divides her time between writing and working as a psychotherapist. She’s currently completing a collection of short stories. She also writes non-fiction and poetry. She’s a member of the Galway Writers’ Workshop and completed the MA in Writing at NUI Galway in 2012. Her work has been published in Surge: New Writing From Ireland, Skylight47, Crannóg, Poems in Profile and in the Abandoned Darlings anthology.

Tim Sniffen studied writing and animation at Hampshire College and began working with Chicago’s Second City Theater in 2003. Credits there include The Second City Guide To The Opera, Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf and the recent Longer! Louder! Wagner! -The Second City Wagner Companion. Tim has written for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, National Public Radio and keeps his own Tumblr site for things that everyone else refuses to print.

As usual there will be an open-mic after the Featured Readers have finished. New readers are always most welcome. The MC for the evening will be Susan Millar DuMars.

For further details phone 087-6431748.

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