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Win €500 in our Listowel Writers’ Week short story competition

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ENTER The Irish Post’s Listowel Writers’ Week competition and you could win €500 and a trip to the writers’ festival in Kerry this summer.

All you have to do is tell us, in your own words, about Irish life in Britain.

More Competitions:

We’re looking for an original short story of up to 3,000 words reflecting what it is to be Irish in Britain.

The winner gets to attend the Listowel Writers’ Week, which takes place May 29 – June 2, plus €500 prize money.

Their work will also be published in the official Listowel Writers’ Week brochure and in The Irish Post.

Entries can be either posted or e-mailed…

Send them to:

Listowel Competition, The Irish Post,
Suite A, 1 Lindsey Street, London EC1A 9HP

Or email editor@http://http://irishpost.co.uk

Don’t forget to include the story title, your name, address and telephone number.

Closing date for entries is March 1.

 

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One comment on “Win €500 in our Listowel Writers’ Week short story competition”

  1. Martin joyce

    Dear editor,

    Rob Brennan's article on the 2nd generation irish experience was a very vivid and accurate depiction of my life as a London Irish boy and man. I have always felt I never quite belonged in either community but the emotional pull has always be towards Ireland. At the same time working in England the accent, the dress and other cultural experience were British. But the literature and arts were irish dominated for me. I proudly read Behan,Joyce, Yeats and others. I go to the theatre to watch Beckett and Martin McDonagh. The cinema to watch all the great actors from Maureen o'Hara through to Colin Farrell. But equally I enjoy the work of all great artists. Though the real passion is there for my Irish heroes.

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