CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LAST WEDNESDAY OPEN MIC AND SOCIAL 30TH JAN 2013


IMPORTANT NOTICE

Hi Friends

Due to renovations in the Twisted Pepper our Last Wednesday Open Mic and Social

has been moved to

The Workman’s Club, Wellington Quay 7.30-10.30 pm WEDNESDAY 30th Jan

Below is a map of the workman’s club, Wellington Quay

(less than five minutes walk from the Twisted Pepper)

https://maps.google.ie/maps?q=Workmans+club&hl=en_uk&ll=53.345832,-6.265393&spn=0.001284,0.002642&cid=15941762184932390627&gl=IE&t=h&z=19

We hope you can join us there at 7.30 pm – Karl at the workman’s

club has made us very welcome at short notice.

Our Sincerest apologies for this sudden change of venue. We only heard about it today.

Kindest regards,

The folks at Seven Towers.

Ps – apologies for cross posting – we are trying to get the word out as quickly as possible –

WWW.SEVENTOWERS.IE

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coming soon – our schedule for themed Thursday readings from 7 Towers for 2013 – and other news!


We will be very soon publishing our Second Thursday Themed Reading (6.30-8.00 pm every second Thursday of each month). In this reading four writers/poets read on a specific theme for five to seven minutes. After this there will be a short open mic.

The Themed Thursday reading occurs on the second Thursday every month. A group of poets and writers read on a specific theme.

Watch this space for it!

Also we have other poetic adventures for your delight and delectation

Our Last Wednesday open mic on at the twisted pepper at 7.30 pm 30 jan for more info go here: Last Wednesday Series

AND:

Seven Towers

Seven Towers is a not for profit publishing Company ADMISSION : FREE

FIRST TUESDAY LUNCHTIME READING: POETS

Phil Lynch & Kerrie O Brien

Phil Lynch started writing poetry while still at school. Over the years he has been founder-member of poetry reading groups and poetry & music sessions in Ireland and in Belgium where he lived for a number of years. His poems have appeared in various magazines and newspapers as well as featuring on national and local radio. Phil is a member of the Dalkey Writers’ Workshop. He started reading his poetry in public as part of the Tara Telephone Poetry Sessions and over the years has read at numerous events in Ireland and abroad. He renewed his engagement with the local poetry scene on returning to Ireland in the latter part of 2009 and is currently a regular participant in various spoken word and open mic events in Dublin and elsewhere. He has performed on the Word Stage in the Mindfield at the Electric Picnic Festival and his work has also featured on Balcony TV as part of Dublin Poetry Week

Kerrie, as well as being an Irish Poet, is the founder of Bare Hands. In February 2012 she was the first poet to read as part of the New Writers Series in Shakespeare & Co. Paris. Her poem Blossoms was chosen as the winning entry in the Emerging Talent category of the 2011 iYeats Poetry Competition. She won the RTE Arena Flash Fiction Competition 2012 and Culture Ireland sponsored her to read in Los Angeles in June. Visit Kerrie O Brien to read more about her and her work.

TUESDAY 5TH FEB @ TWISTED PEPPER MIDDLE ABBEY STREET 1.15

Kind Regards

The Seven Towers

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Directors: Sarah Lundberg (Managing),

The Seven TowersSeven Towers was set up as a not for profit company in 2006 by a group of friends who loved great literature and wanted to play a part in the cultural scene. They knew of a great many superb writers and poets, who, because of the size of the Irish Market, were not finding publishers and exposure to the public. Thus they began publishing and agenting books and setting up readings, and have continued to do so since then. Seven Towers is not supported by any grant or aid, and is run totally on the good will of those who help and promote our work. We strive to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and co operation among artists of many different genres and disciplines. We also strive to foster a strong international feel to our work, inviting poets from other continents to drop by and read with us and work with us. Not only this, but 7Towers runs readings in the US and in Britain, including the Last Wednesday Series, and the Chapters and Verse series. Seven Towers is immensely proud to be part of a flourishing Dublin Literary scene and sees a bright future for Irish and international Writing.

Directors: Sarah Lundberg

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Kerrie O Brien


Seven Towers

LUNCHTIME READING

Kerrie, as well as being an Irish Poet, and the founder of Bare Hands. In February 2012 she was the first poet to read as part of the New Writers Series in Shakespeare & Co. Paris. Her poem Blossoms was chosen as the winning entry in the Emerging Talent category of the 2011 iYeats Poetry Competition. She won the RTE Arena Flash Fiction Competition 2012 and Culture Ireland sponsored her to read in Los Angeles in June. Visit http://www.kerrieobrien.com to read more about her and her work.

Catch her along with Phil Lynch, Tuesday Lunchtime at the twisted pepper, Abbey Street 5th Feb 2012

Kind Regards

The Seven Towers

4

Directors: Sarah Lundberg (Managing),

The Seven TowersSeven Towers was set up as a not for profit company in 2006 by a group of friends who loved great literature and wanted to play a part in the cultural scene. They knew of a great many superb writers and poets, who, because of the size of the Irish Market, were not finding publishers and exposure to the public. Thus they began publishing and agenting books and setting up readings, and have continued to do so since then. Seven Towers is not supported by any grant or aid, and is run totally on the good will of those who help and promote our work. We strive to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and co operation among artists of many different genres and disciplines. We also strive to foster a strong international feel to our work, inviting poets from other continents to drop by and read with us and work with us. Not only this, but 7Towers runs readings in the US and in Britain, including the Last Wednesday Series, and the Chapters and Verse series. Seven Towers is immensely proud to be part of a flourishing Dublin Literary scene and sees a bright future for Irish and international Writing.

Directors: Sarah Lundberg

7T Books 7T Twitter Feed 7TBlog 7T Last Wednesday Series

7T : FIRST TUESDAY LUNCHTIME READING: POET LYNCH TUES 5TH FEB 2012


Kind Regards

The Seven Towers

4

Directors: Sarah Lundberg (Managing),

The Seven Towers

Seven Towers was set up as a not for profit company in 2006 by a group of friends who loved great literature and wanted to play a part in the cultural scene. They knew of a great many superb writers and poets, who, because of the size of the Irish Market, were not finding publishers and exposure to the public. Thus they began publishing and agenting books and setting up readings, and have continued to do so since then. Seven Towers is not supported by any grant or aid, and is run totally on the good will of those who help and promote our work. We strive to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and co operation among artists of many different genres and disciplines. We also strive to foster a strong international feel to our work, inviting poets from other continents to drop by and read with us and work with us. Not only this, but 7Towers runs readings in the US and in Britain, including the Last Wednesday Series, and the Chapters and Verse series. Seven Towers is immensely proud to be part of a flourishing Dublin Literary scene and sees a bright future for Irish and international Writing.

Directors: Sarah Lundberg

7T Books 7T Twitter Feed 7TBlog 7T Last Wednesday Series