Celebrate with poet Enda Wyley the impressive varieties of forms and creative energies that
connect in the making of great poems. Be inspired by the work of established poets and be
guided in your own poetry writing. Feel part of an encouraging workshop community, be
receptive to the work of others – and open to the making of your own new poems.

€75 – €100

Enda Wyley has published six collections of poetry, from her debut Eating Baby Jesus,
(1993 ), through to Borrowed Space, New and Selected Poems, (2014), and her most recent,
The Painter on his Bike (2019 ). Awards include the Vincent Buckley Poetry Prize,
Melbourne University and she is a recipient of a Katherine and Patrick Kavanagh Fellowship
for Poetry. Enda’s books for children are Boo and Bear, I Won’t Go to China! and The Silver
Notebook, O’Brien Press. She taught for over 20 years in Dublin’s inner city as a primary
teacher and is an experienced teacher of poetry, holding an M.A in Creative Writing from
Lancaster University. Enda co-hosts the podcast Books for Breakfast, about books and writing.

She is a member of Aosdána.

‘Enda Wyley is a true poet.’ The Irish Times.


Zoom link & preparation info from Enda will be send before event to all attending.