Creative Writing in Dublin City Public Libraries

Cabra Library Creative Writers' Group

'In other towns, clever people go out and make money. In Dublin, clever people go home and write their books.' Anne Enright 

Dublin is a city that is famed for its poets, writers and storytellers - it is a city of literature after all.  In Dublin City Public Libraries members of writers' groups meet informally to talk about their writings, improve their skills, and to offer encouragement to one another, facilitated by Orla Ní hAonigh.

Pictured rightMembers of Cabra Library Creative Writers' Group

Like to write? Want to try? Fiction, poetry, it matters not. A little ambition can go a long way!  Meeting times may vary so phone or email in advance if interested in participating in a Writers' Group.

Ballymun Library

Ballymun Library Writers’ Group meets every Wednesday 2pm - 4pm. Facilitator: Orla Ní hAonigh
Tel. 01 842 1890 or email ballymunlibrary@dublincity.ie for further details

Cabra Library

Creative Writers' Group, Fridays 2pm - 4pm.
Tel. 01 869 1414 or email cabralibrary@dublincity.ie for further details

Kevin Street Library

Kevin Street Library Creative Writing Group is meeting at Greenside House, Cuffe Street while the library is closed for refurbishment. Contact facilitator Orla Ní hAonigh 085 1609906 for further details

Listen to some short stories and poems written by members of Ballymun, Cabra and Kevin Street Library Writing Groups

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