Oliver Flanagan is the author of several poems and two short stories, including “Love Shadows”, his award winning entry for the Write-a-Book project run by the Galway Education Centre. He lives in Galway, and in June 2013 graduated from St. Joseph’s Special School at the age of 18. Oliver is a young man with autism. He... Continue Reading →

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Christmas Eve By Thérèse Kearns I disembarked from the car the sky bruised,the bitter air flushing my cheeks.We were at a dead end,merely an abandoned farmhouse and a cemetery greeted us.Through the howls of vicious canines,my father led me to the battered wooden door and casually opened it to reaveal a hidden home. We stepped... Continue Reading →

Kate Ellis – Tribute to Seamus Heaney

Tribute to Seamus HeaneyBy Kate Ellis*Gone, departed. Left us in despair, Poet of the century, Our literary heir.Master in the art of word, Our heart’s definitively stirred.A gift like yours, so hard to find. The world has lost a precious mind…__________________________________*Kate Ellis attends Saint Enda’s Secondary School in Galway. She is 15 years old, lives... Continue Reading →

My name is Joshua Hill-O’Driscoll. I follow your new page ‘Peann agus Par - New Galway writing’ with great interest. I am a 15-year-old student of St Enda’s College in Galway and I enjoy writing poetry in my spare time. I use poetry as a form of expressing my own thoughts as well as discussing... Continue Reading →

My name is Klaudia Kuczynska. I am 15 years old and attend St.Endas secondary school. I live in Moycullen. I come from Poland. I live with my mom and my younger sister.I enjoy reading,story writing,poetry and hanging out with friends.I have a cat.My favourite subject is English because it's the subject where you can share... Continue Reading →

My name is Jenny Carberry, I am a transition year student in Calasanctius College. I’d like to publish this creative writing piece.   Transition year As it comes towards the end of the year Im asked for a reflection on Transition Year I’ve so much to write but such little space How do I describe... Continue Reading →

My name is Tara Prunty and I am an eighteen year old student in Galway.   For Her A single droplet on a sheet, Two parts in time that weren't meant to meet. I don't believe in my reality, Because this can't be all but imaginary. "How could you love me if I do not... Continue Reading →

I am Grainne O'Connor, age 15 . I heard about your blog and literary page, and I thought I'd submit something. I love writing and wrote this years ago but I never had a use for it. I really want to be a writer and this is a big thing for me. I hope you enjoy! Sandy's... Continue Reading →

Is macléinn i nGairmscoil Cholmcille, Indreabhán í Áine Ní Cheallaigh atá ag cur tús le ábhar dúinn ó mhicléinn don leathanach liteartha. Beidh sé i gceist um deireadh Bealtaine an leathanach iomlán a bheith dírithe ar shaothair ó mhicléinn i scoileanna  iarbhunoideachais na Gaillimhe. Bígí ag scríobh! I gCuimhne m’Athair Ag cuimhneamh ‘s ag cuimhneamh... Continue Reading →

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