mardi, 04, octobre 2016
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- The Westbury
All Through the Night: Poetry Anthology Launch at The Westbury
Book of poetry edited by Marie Heaney
The Doyle Collection has long had a commitment to supporting the arts in Ireland. The latest project to be supported is Poetry Ireland’s latest anthology, All Through The Night, which was edited by Marie Heaney. The launch for this anthology was held in The Westbury on 17th September, and was a roaring success.
A number of guest readers held court throughout the afternoon, including Marie Heaney, Moya Cannon, Peter Fallon, Bill Caddick, Gerard Smyth and Peter Sirr, who all recited pieces from the anthology. There was a musical element too, with the beautiful Irish singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan performing a selection of her songs in The Grafton Suite.
The anthology includes night poems and lullabies by WH Auden, William Blake, Eavan Boland, Emily Dickinson, Paul Durcan, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, John Keats, Derek Mahon, Paula Meehan, Paul Muldoon, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, Sylvia Plath, William Shakespeare, Dylan Thomas, WB Yeats and many more.
It wouldn’t be a Westbury event without exceptional food, and this was certainly true at the launch. Guests tucked into treats themed for the evening, like Chamomile Tea and Lavender Macaroons, as well as savoury canapés, all created by Executive Chef Sandeep Singh.
Shortlist for Poetry Ireland at the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards!
All Through the Night, edited by Maire Heaney, is shortlisted in two categories in this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards.
Public voting is open until the 11th of November and The Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2016 will take place on the 16th of November!
Vote for All Through the Night in 2 categories in this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards:
- RTÉ Radio 1’s The Ryan Tubridy Show Listeners’ Choice Award (All Through the Night)
- TheJournal.ie Best Irish-Published Book of the Year Award (All Through the Night)
You can vote for All Through the Night and Poetry Ireland Review: The Rising Generation by clicking here.