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Some events have that ineffable something, are occasions that you won't ever forget - for International Women's Day Teresa McCarthy gathered musicians, singer/songwriters, a storyteller and a poet for one such event - the Mná Mná concert at Nano Nagle Place in Cork.

It was an absolute joy and honour to read alongside Anne Rynne, Nóirin Lynch, Maria Gillen, Marybeth O'Mahony, Niamh McCarthy and Ilen Vibe choir. As Anne Rynne said, 'you could touch the listening' (a line she said I could use for a poem)


Grateful too to Teresa and Tim for their great hospitality at their home. Read More

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