Archive for the Creative Writing Category

Review: What Day Is It? Who Gives A F*ck.

Review: What Day Is It? Who Gives A F*ck.

What can we do to relieve some of the internal stress? Write it all down and let it all out, just as Jan Brierton has done.

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Author Derville Murphy on writing, art & architecture

Author Derville Murphy on writing, art & architecture

In this interview local author, artist, architect and certified renaissance woman, Derville Murphy, kindly spoke to Newsfour about what drives her to write, how art has influenced her work and what are the makings of a knockout historical fiction novel.

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New in 2021 – NewsFour New Fiction:‘For the price of a sausage…’

Brid Fitzpatrick Early Morning and Mr. Thompson was busy as usual preparing for the day’s business in his butcher’s shop. Already the various meats were hung up behind him or displayed on the shelves before him. He was very proud […]

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Dublin from A to Z in Rhymes

BY Kathrin Kobus Poetry Ireland launched today an Alphabet Blitz for the City of Dublin, simply called ‘ABCD project’. As in A for Anna Liffey  who’s wonderfully whiffy.  But that is only a teaser to get you started. Alphabet Blitz […]

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Write to Win

BY Kathrin Kobus NewsBrands Ireland invite secondary school students. to submit a piece of journalism concerning the Coronavirus and the impact it is having on their lives and their community. The entry can be either a feature article or an […]

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NewsFour’s RTE short story award recipient gives tips on competition

NewsFour’s RTE short story award recipient gives tips on competition

There are only seven days left to have your story written, edited and posted into RTE for the chance to win big money for only 2000 words.If you are in the top three you will receive a four figure sum […]

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Extraordinary Day

Extraordinary Day

(This story was written as part of a creative writing course through the Ringsend Adult Education Service in Ringsend College. The story was inspired by the legend of Oisín and Tír na nÓg). By Yvonne Yuen My story begins one […]

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