Friday, October 29, 2010

Aideen Henry on the Radio

This weekend the great Aideen Henry is our guide for the Sunday Scrapbook adventuring.
She lives in Galway and works as a writer, physician and lecturer both in Galway and Dublin. Her poems have been published previously in several literary journals and magazines including Crannóg, the SHOp, Ropes, the Cúirt Annual and Southword, and she has given many poetry readings around the country. She was shortlisted for the 2009 Hennessy X. O. Literary Awards. She has just published her first collection of poetry, "Hands Moving at the Speed of Falling Snow". She also writes drama and short fiction and is a member of the infamous Atlantis Collective - click here for more on them.

She has chosen a mix of themes; Young Love, Loss & Singularity

We'll be there, in the usual place, at the usual time, with the usual... y'know.

(96.4 fm/ liffey sound live online - link on the right) (4pm) (writing and conversation - what did you think?!)

2 comments:

120 Socks said...

Think it sounds good! Looking forward to listening.

Niamh B said...

Thanks Socks - hope you'll enjoy