Children’s Writing Workshop

Writer Pauline McNamee will hold a creative writing workshop for children in Tuar Ard on Saturday 22nd June from 10.30am to 13.30pm.

During Pauline’s children’s writing camps, using a range of fun and interactive ideas, participants are encouraged to write their own stories, poems, songs and scripts. All that’s needed are pen and paper, a sense of humour and a desire to write. Pauline aims to inspire the next generation of writers to love writing and storytelling as much as she does.

About Pauline McNamee
Pauline McNamee is a writer, poet, and post-primary English and history teacher. She lives near the village of Rhode, County Offaly. She holds an MA in Writing from NUIG. Pauline’s poetry is published in the UC Berkeley’s Bay Area Writing Project’s Digital Paper. Her poetry and a vignette are also published in the UK academic journal English in Education. Her fiction was highly commended in the 2019 Over The Edge New Writer of the Year shortlist. She was a finalist in the 2018 Cúirt Festival of Literature Spoken Word Platform and was long-listed for the Fish Poetry Competition and short-listed for the Fish short story competition. She is completing her first novel and compiling her first poetry collection.

Places are limited, and booking is essential.
Contact Pauline Mc Namee (MA; HDipEd.) on 086 0521346, or by email at
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