Joseph CAMPBELL® Mythological RoundTable® of Dublin at MYTHIC LINKS Ireland

Thurs 22 Nov-Irish Poetry & Celtic Myth-Adam WYETH 

The Poet’s Voice -Contemporary Irish Poetry & Celtic Myth–  Thurs 22 Nov-                     
Speaker: Adam WYETH –   A Festive evening  
Adam will talk and read from his book “The Hidden World of Poetry: Unravelling Celtic Mythology in Contemporary Irish Poetry” (2013), which contains poems from Ireland’s leading poets followed by sharp essays that unpack each poem and explore its Celtic mythological references.

ADAM WYETH  is an award-winning POET, PLAYWRIGHT and essayist. His critically acclaimed debut collection, Silent Music (2011) was Highly Commended by the Forward Poetry Prize. His second poetry collection The Art of Dying (2016 ) was named as an Irish Times Book of the Year.

THEATRE AND FILM – Adam’s plays have had productions in Ireland, Berlin and New York.
FACILITATOR , LITERARY READER AND EDITOR- Creative Writing at Fishpublishing.com, workshops on The Mythic Imagination”.
An editor and critic, Adam currently works as a researcher on the RTE Radio 1 POETRY PROGRAMME, & he is an artistic advisor at Tallaght Civic Theatre. Adam has also written articles and features for The Irish Times, The Irish Examiner, Southword and The Cork Literary Review. See Adam’s website: http://adamwyeth.com/

MAP- TIME: register from 7.15pm /  START 7.30pm

PLEASE arrive EARLY-places are limited and there is reduced parking nearby on Thursdays in 2018,
& Mythic Links is using a smaller room on the ground floor
Followed by Complimentary Finger Food
Tea, Coffee & pay BAR 

Parking MAP Free from  7pm 
VENUE:United Arts Club, 3 Upper FITZWILLIAM St., Dublin 2– MAP

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