Molly, My Irish MoLi, and more

The Mansion house in all its splendour,

Day trip with mum to an antiques fair,

Escape from our tin roof holiday rental,

Just me and her, a love of old shared.

– Therese Kieran


(pic Theresa Donnelly)

Head to Merrion Square and you will find museums and art galleries there,

On summer weekends local artists display their work in the open air.

– Mary B Shannon
– Billy Craven
– Lisa Perkins
– Marie Studer
– Robin McNamara

@SaveMooreStreet Save it all!

Save the Terrace and Save the Stall!

Save #MooreStreet from demolition

is the position

– Mel Mac Giobúin
Damien Donnelly, poem and picture below

M is for The Museum of Childhood Ireland Project this fall

Bringing you

The social history of childhood of all

Growing up on the island

Of Ireland

And amongst the Irish diaspora too

– Ekaterina Tikhoniouk

M’s for the Museum of Literature Ireland Newman House, 86 St. Stephen’s Green,

Where the old ash tree that Joyce stood next to, on graduating from UCD can be seen.

– Mary B Shannon
– Helen Goodman


Catherine Ann Cullen is the inaugural Poet in Residence at Poetry Ireland since September 2019. She was awarded a Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship in December 2018. She has an M.Phil in Creative Writing from the Oscar Wilde School at Trinity College Dublin and a Creative Writing PhD from Middlesex University. Catherine Ann has published three poetry collections: The Other Now (New and Selected Poems) with Dedalus Press in October 2016; A Bone in My Throat (2007) and Strange Familiar (2013) with Doghouse Books. She is the author of three books for children, The Magical, Mystical, Marvelous Coat (Little, Brown 2001) and Thirsty Baby (Little, Brown 2003) and All Better! Poems about illness and recovery (Little Island 2019). She is also a scholar of broadside ballads.

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