There are plenty of ways to get involved with your nearest Poetry Town.
Our Poetry Town homepage lists all 20 Poetry Towns for 2021 but you can also see which is your nearest Poetry Town on our handy map!
If you’d like to take part in local events, check out this town’s Activities Page.
Poetry Town posters have been distributed to the local co-ordinator in each town to be shared and displayed in the windows of homes, businesses and schools. But if you need access to print one out, you can find it here.
And speaking of local co-ordinators, we’re delighted to share who is looking after each Poetry Town and we thank them for all the hard work they are putting in, along with the Arts Office for each town.
Wexford Poetry Town Local Co-ordinator – Tom Mooney
Tom Mooney is the author of All The Bishops’ Men (published by The Collins Press) and editor of two volumes of poetry: With This or Upon This (2007) and Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams (2014), and has contributed to the anthologies Red Lamp, Black Piano (2013), Studies and An Irish Quarterly Review. He will programme the 2021 edition of the Wexford Festival of Art and Music in October and is editing an anthology of writing in response to Covid 19, Caesura.
Sharing on social media
We’d love if you share pictures of how you are celebrating Poetry Town on social media. Or you might like to craft a poem in celebration of Poetry Town or share some favourite poetic lines online. Be sure to tag our accounts and use the hashtag #PoetryTown.
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