The 2022 Fingal Poetry Festival Competitions, namely the Fingal Poetry Prize and A Fiach Dubh, are now open for entries.
An Fiach Dubh, comórtas filíochta Gaeilge a rith Féile Filíochta Fhine Gall – Tá na duaisdhánta ón chomórtas seo foilsithe anois i bhFeasta – Meán Fómhair 2021, imleabhar 74, uimhir 09, thar dhá leathanach ar a bhfuil dearadh aoibhinn déanta orthu. The Fiach Dubh, Irish language poetry competition run by the Fingal Poetry Festival – The winning poemsContinue reading “An Fiach Dubh: Duaisdhánta foilsithe”
The Fingal Poetry Prize 2021 First Prize: Anne Frances O’Reilly for Shipwrecked Second Prize: Laurence O’Dwyer for Blanqueta de la col, Pieris rapae (Linnaeus, 1758) Third Prize: Casey Anne Jarrin for Comorbidities An Fiach Dubh First Prize: Áine Ní Ghlinn for Scáth Second Prize: Proinsias Mac a’ Bhaird for Doirling Third Prize: Gormfhlaith NíContinue reading “The Fingal Poetry Prize and An Fiach Dubh Results”
Fingal Poetry Festival will light up Skerries from 16th to 19th September Fingal Poetry Festival will take place from the 16th to 19th September,bringing safe, outdoor, in-person events to iconic locations in and aroundSkerries. Covid is the mother of invention…. Picture the newly covered Skerries Mills Courtyard coming to life and playing host to many events,Continue reading “Clear your diaries”
The Fingal Poetry Prize and An Fiach Dubh – Irish Language Competition, are now closed. All poems are with our judges, Adam Wyeth and Aifric Mac Aodha. Winners will be notified in advance of the Award Ceremony in Skerries on Saturday 18th September, 5pm.
Open to national and international writers of poetry in the Irish language, An Fiach Dubh poetry award is a new and exciting addition to the Fingal Poetry Festival due to take place from September 16th – 19th 2021. An Fiach Dubh – Irish Poetry Competition is kindly sponsored by Country Crest. The winner of AnContinue reading “An Fiach Dubh 2021 – Irish Language Poetry Competition”