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A Place for Prose, Poetry, and Oral Traditions

At All Saints Heritage Centre

We provide a platform for the vibrant world of literature, poetry, and the spoken word. Our mission is to foster creativity and celebrate the written and oral traditions that shape our culture.

Our Monthly Writers’ Roundtable

The All Saints Writers Roundtable offers a nurturing environment to writers of all genres and styles. We are home to new writers and published professionals, poets and novelists, fiction and non-fiction, English and as Gaeilge. Our purpose is to foster community among writers with an exchange of ideas and discussion on the craft, publishing, and the business of our works.

  • Share your work and receive constructive criticism from fellow writers.
  • Use our Accountability Practice to help motivate you to write consistently and make progress on your projects.
  • Avail of our workshops, discussions, and guest speakers, providing you with opportunities to learn new writing techniques, styles, and genres.
  • Engage with a diverse group of writers to spark new ideas, gain different perspectives, and inspire your writing.
  • Get emotional support and encouragement from peers who understand the challenges and triumphs of the writing process.
  • Participate in our annual Reading Event to showcase your new works.

So come and join us for tea, biscuits, and casual community-building fun. Whether you’re looking to network or to keep your muse focused by spending time in conversation with other writers, we are happy to have you. If you are interested in joining or would like more information please Contact Us.

Workshops and Readings

Explore your passion for words and language through our workshops and readings. Join us for engaging sessions that cover various aspects of poetry, prose, and the spoken word. Whether you’re a seasoned writer or just beginning your literary journey, our events provide a space for growth and creativity.

Mórbhileog – Poetry Broadsheet

See information about the launch of our first edition here: Introducing: Mórbhileog – Our new Poetry Broadsheet.

Share Your Literary Vision

If you have an idea for a literary event or wish to collaborate on a poetry reading, workshop, or any other literary endeavour, we’re here to help make it a reality. Share your concepts and inspirations with us, and let’s work together to bring your literary vision to life, Contact Us.



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