Waterford has had two big winners in this year’s An Post Book Awards.
The Arts Office and Library Service of Waterford City and County Council would like to congratulate Martina Dalton, Tramore who has won Poem of the Year with ‘Wedding Dress’.
Also the Children’s Book of the Year – Senior is ‘Girls Who Slay Monsters’ by Ellen Ryan which is illustrated by An Rinn resident Shona Shirley MacDonald.
Well done to both on flying the Waterford literary flag high !
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