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Stories for the Ear. Volume 4 - Now available to listen online

The latest volume of Stories for the Ear is now available to listen here

 The project, now in its 4th volume is curated by acclaimed playwright and author Neil Donnelly aims to support and highlight the work being done by emerging and established writers in CountyKildare.

‘This project is one of the many ways we (Kildare County Council) support Kildare artists. Literature is one of the areas where Irish writers continually excel and Kildare is no exception. The continued success of this project only goes to highlight the wealth of creative talent we have locally. Recording the stories in the Platform4 studio adds another dimension and brings the work of Kildare artists to a wider audience.’ – Eoghan Doyle, KildareAssistantCounty Arts Officer.

 The stories and their authors are listed below:


Mousetrap Farm                                                       Martin Malone

Good Friends                                                            Orla McAlinden

Plant Life                                                                    Ann Groves

How the Fairytale Began                                          Sarah Houlihan

Road to Nowhere                                                      Emma Tobin

Mullally                                                                        Pat Lawlor

Siofra’s Story                                                             Ann Egan

I didn’t raise my boy to be a soldier                        Tadhg Carey

A Mysterious Woman                                               Alan Corley

Intensive Care                                                           Valerie Ryan


For further information on this project please contact:


Eoghan Doyle, KildareAssistantCounty Arts Officer

Tel:                  045-448326

Email:             ekdoyle@kildarecoco.ie


To listen to the latest volume please visit www.kildare.ie/artsservice/literature

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