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Submissions
for issue 47 are closed.
Crannóg 47 will be launched on Friday
March 2nd 2018.

CONTENTS ISSUE 47

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Our Pushcart nominees for 2017

Our Forward Prize nominees for 2017

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Crannóg poet receives Lawrence O'Shaughnessy Award for Poetry.

Crannóg is a project funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and Galway City Council.
It endeavours to provide support to writers, artists and associated literary events.

Launch of Crannóg 47

at the Crane Bar Galway Fri Mar 2nd 6.30pm.

As usual a great evening of poetry and fiction.

Mark the date in your literary diary.


The Crannóg Questionnaire

We interview:

Alan McMonagle about his latest novel Ithaca, his thoughts about the writing process, and his writing routine.
And from the archives:
We interview novelist, short story writer and poet,
Mary O’Donnell

Welsh Writer Cynan Jones wins the 2017 BBC Short Story Award


The winners of the 2017 Forward Prize             click here …

See photos of Crannóg 46 launch on our Facebook page here …

100 pages packed with fiction and poetry from 42 writers including Shauna Gilligan, Brian Kirk, Richard Halperin, Ciarán O’Rourke, Karla Van Vliet, Lisa C Taylor etc.
Author interview with Alan McMonagle.
Cover art: Flight 126 (Stars) by Ruth McHugh

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Arts Council of Ireland, Galway City Council,The Galway Language Centre, Mill Street Study Centre


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