Waterford City & County Council is pleased to announce details of the Waterford Writers Weekend 2023 under the curatorship of Eimear Cheasty.
There is a broad range of events and workshops to suit writers and readers alike of all ages.
In the spirit of one Waterford, we are pleased this year to have a West Waterford programme in Dungarvan, in addition to our City offering.
Working with our Arts and Library service, we are confident that the Waterford Writers Weekend is a ‘must’ on the artistic calendar. Bain taitneamh as.
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