The online programme of the inaugural Fingal Poetry Festival is now available to enjoy in this YouTube playlist. Or look at all events in the review on our website and have a look at individual events. A warm Thank You to all who came to our online events for the first Fingal Poetry Festival! WeContinue reading “Farewell and Until 2021!”
Many congratulations to the prize-winners of the first-ever Fingal Poetry Prize! The winning poems are: 1st: John Baylis Post, Reredos2nd: Jim McElroy, Rivermouth3rd: Chandrika Narayanan Mohan, Stargazing With My MotherHighly Commended:A.M. Cousins, Sestina for MaggieMonica De Bhailís, The Grey Scrape of the SpringChandrika Narayanan Mohan, AraratBrian Kirk, Hard SwallowsEithne Lannon, Oileán na Sionnach The poets readingContinue reading “Announcing the Winners of the 2020 Fingal Poetry Prize”
Fingal Poetry Festival invites you on a poetry treasure hunt around Skerries: WINDOWS ON WORDS – 15 poems in shop windows. Find them all and enjoy a few moments of calm as you allow the words to work their magic. Some poems have also taken up residence on BENCHES around Skerries, inviting you to lingerContinue reading “Poetry Festival Treasure Hunt”
Skerries, Dublin. Friday 4th September, 7-9 pm. Submit your poem or piece of spoken word for a chance to slam live at Fingal’s Poetry Festival. Cash prizes will be awarded to 3 poets with the top prize being 100 Euro. Submissions are invited from all poets who can travel to Skerries, Dublin and perform onContinue reading “Fingal Poetry Festival’s Poetry Slam”
As part of Fingal Poetry Festival, due to take place in Skerries from September 4th to 6th, we are delighted to announce the Fingal Poetry Prize, which will be adjudicated in its inaugural year by esteemed poet and writer Mary O’Donnell. Our generous sponsor for the award is DHL Ireland.
Poetry at Skerries Mills – Fingal Poetry Festival are inviting people in Skerries to mark Poetry Day Ireland on April 30th by using windows and shop fronts all around Skerries to display the owners’ favourite poems. This can be hand written, printed, with or without illustrations. The aim is to open a window on poetryContinue reading “There Will Be Time”