Maura Dooley Readings

Maura Dooley Readings

Maura Dooley will be giving a number of readings from her new collection The Silvering in Autumn 2017.  She will also be running workshops and poetry courses.


Reading and workshop at McLellan Arts Festival, Isle of Arran, September 1st and 2nd 2017

Friday 1  September: Maura Dooley, Corrie and Sannox Hall,  8.00pm,  £12 (Children and young people at school free)

Arran Theatre and Arts presents for the first time on Arran An Evening with Maura Dooley: the judge of this year's McLellan Poetry Competition reads from her own poems and introduces
the winners. Music with Arran Dawn, Arran's famous harp and whistle duo.

Saturday 2  September, Poetry Workshop, Corrie Hall 11.00am – 3.30pm  £10 (including lunch). Booking essential.

A Breath of Fresh Air

Maura Dooley leads a workshop designed to let new ideas take wing.

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Saturday 9 September 2017, Winchester Poetry Festival, 2pm

The Tree Line – poetry at Pilgrims' Hall 2:00pm Saturday 9 September

Maura Dooley will be giving a reading as part of Winchester Poetry festival. 

2017 is the 800th anniversary of the Charter for Forests, and the Woodland Trust together with over 50 other organisations are marking the occasion by publishing a 'Charter for Trees, Woods & People'. As part of the celebration Worple Press commissioned new poems from 60 poets for the anthology The Tree Line: poems for Trees, Woods & People.

This reading – in the beautiful setting of Winchester's Pilgrims Hall – features Maura Dooley, Michael McKimm, Rachel Curzon and Stephen Boyce, all of whom are included in the anthology, and will celebrate trees in all their diversity. You'll hear poems about the many ways that trees have shaped – and go on shaping – our society, landscape and lives.

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Ty Newydd, ลท Newydd, Llanystumdwy, Cricieth, Gwynedd, LL52 0LW, Monday 30 Oct - Saturday 4 Nov 2017

Poetry Masterclass

Tutors: Gillian Clarke and Maura Dooley

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[10 July 2017]

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