Tag Archives: Dianne Trimble

Fermanagh Miscellany 2014: A Decade Of Turmoil

Last week Fermanagh Miscellany 2014: A Decade of Turmoil, an eighth collection of writings by members of Fermanagh Authors’ Association, was released as an ebook. The print edition of the book sold out very quickly when it was released last … Continue reading

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Fermanagh’s First G8 Souvenir: Fermanagh Miscellany 2013

Soon after it was announced that this year’s G8 meeting would be held in County Fermanagh John Cunningham, as chairman, proposed to Fermanagh Authors’ Association that we should devote this year’s Fermanagh Miscellany to the momentous event. Everyone agreed and we … Continue reading

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Posted in June 2013 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

I’m Getting Launch Fever

It’s all happening next Thursday – there’s almost too much for me to choose from and I wish I could be in more than one place at once.On Thursday, 24th May Fermanagh Writers launches Tuesdays At Charlie’s and I’m really … Continue reading

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National Poetry Day With A Difference

The blustery weather tonight reminds me of National Poetry Day last Thursday. When I would have preferred to be tucked up by the fire I joined our writers’ group, Fermanagh Creative Writing Group, at Portora Castle to share our poems.  … Continue reading

Posted in October 2011 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Sunday Gathering in the Barrack Storeroom

Yesterday was the close of Fermanagh Creative Writing Group’s Autumn Kickoff week. And on a rainy, windy Sunday what better to do than gather with a group of writers (and a good few listeners) to share stories and poems? The … Continue reading

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Peering Into Her Past

Technology is slipping in everywhere – even into quiet Irish villages. In my story A Link To Her Past I consider what might happen when a middle-aged Irishwoman begins to surf the net and finds a webcam in the church she … Continue reading

Posted in August 2011 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Fermanagh Miscellany 2010 Launch Night

Thursday evening was blustery – the kind of evening that is best enjoyed beside a roaring fire. But it didn’t deter the hardy crowd that attended the launch of Fermanagh Miscellany 2010. One couple narrowly missed hitting a fallen tree and had to move … Continue reading

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Magnificent Montserrat’s Natural and Manmade Beauty

This week my piece about the monastery and Marian shrine at Montserrat, Spain is printed in Ireland’s Own magazine. I visited Montserrat in June and was moved by its natural beauty and the splendour of its basilica. While my husband trekked up … Continue reading

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Eugene McCabe Will Launch Fermanagh Miscellany 2010

Do you know what the highlight of my social calendar is this month? It’s the launch of Fermanagh Miscellany 2010 this week. I completed the sometimes challenging process of co-editing the book early in September and now it’s time to celebrate. So what’s happening … Continue reading

Posted in November 2010 | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hot Off Ireland’s Own’s Press

The editor at Ireland’s Own must have been working overtime lately. I submitted my piece about the Marble Arch Caves to them at the end of September, as I was leaving for a walking holiday in Majorca, and when I got back it was … Continue reading

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