No worst there is none,
More pangs schooled at forepangs
will wilder wring.
But at least the Lit Review is out every Wednesday.
Malaprop’s latest production BlackCatfishMusketeer will also be running until Saturday.
The Monday Echo will be holding their weekly gathering in the Mezz on (you guessed it) Monday.
The Icon Walk in Temple Bar has detected new panels honouring Irish women writers, including Eva Gorebooth, Edna O’Brien, Teresa Deevy, Countess Markiewicz, Lady Gregory and Maria Edgeworth.
Axis Ballymun was awarded the Dublin Airport Art Award at the Business to Art awards on Monday night. The award came with a cash prize of €5000.
Faber & Faber are seeking a new Editorial Assistant. Ideal candidates will be bright and highly efficient, with ability to provide administrative backup. The deadline for applications is this Friday (23rd).
The Crab Fat Magazine is accepting, fiction, non-fiction and flash fiction submissions for the rest of the month. Submissions need neither be crustacean or gelatinous in theme or content.
Educate.ie are seeking a Managing Editor to manage a team of in house and freelance editorial staff. The role encompasses a range of editorial and administrative responsibilities, to be fulfilled while reporting to the Operations Manager.
The Twitterary Review
This week on twitter, The Lit Review has been doing some investigative work.
It’s good to catch up with old mates…
I bumped into an old mate while I was buyin a courgette. His greeting:
—What's the story with the wonky cucumber pal?@OverheardDublin
— Frankie Gaffney (@FrankieGaffney) September 20, 2016
Sometimes the old ways are best.
I only write on semi-digital typewriters with internal storage capabilities and access to the cloud pic.twitter.com/nnUhaaMZHi
— Guy In Your MFA (@GuyInYourMFA) September 19, 2016
Especially when times are tight.
Nooks AND crannies??? In THIS economy??!???!
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) September 18, 2016
If you can’t throw some library related shade on Culture Night, when can you?
— Mallow News (@MallowNews) September 16, 2016
And they say no one writes poetry anymore…
c A ns
ca N s
— Hash Bandicoot (@Ruairi_OB) September 16, 2016
Just a couple more rewrites ‘John’.
That feeling when you realise what your new novel has been missing all along is a racist Skittles metaphor.
— John Banville (@John_Banville) September 20, 2016
See you next week!