DescriptionTo launch No Word for ‘Stay’, the 11th curation of Poetry Jukebox, join Centre Culturel Irlandais and Quotidian – Word on the Street for a dynamic in-depth discussion about Northern Ireland, its poets and the lived-experience of the Troubles.
This event is co-curated with Director of the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Nora Hickey M’Sichili and will be introduced by artistic director and poet Maria McManus.
The panel discussion is chaired by Professor of Irish Poetry at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, Clíona Ní Ríordáin. Joining her are poets Moyra Donaldson, Gail McConnell and Paul Muldoon to discuss the contribution of Northern Irish poetry and poets in articulating our painful, complex, and compelling history, its resonance in the present and its implications for our future.
|Period||Oct 2020 → …|
|Held at||Belfast International Arts Festival, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
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'Start Out': a recording of a poem for 'No Word for Stay', a Poetry Jukebox curation of poems by poets from the north of Ireland who have lived experience of The Troubles. The poets featured are Jean Bleakney, Colette Bryce, Ciarán Carson, Gerald Dawe, Celia de Fréine, Damian Smyth, Moyra Donaldson, Padraig Fiacc, Leontia Flynn, Alan Gillis, Dennis Grieg, Gearóid Mac Lochlainn, Gail McConnell, Paul Muldoon, Joan Newmann, Kate Newmann, Frank Ormsby and Lorna Shaughnessy.
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