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Throughout January, Translator Tina Pisco with 2012 Tigh Filí Writer in Residence Kathy Darcy toured Ireland, at events in Galway, Dublin and Belfast. Workshops were arranged for budding poets in Mayfield Arts Centre also, where Adolescence 2: hormonized poems was presented to TD and leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin.
Instituto Cervantes, Dublin
Translator Tina Pisco, accompanied by poet Kathy Darcy performs a selection of work from Adolescence 2, bringing the collection to a Dublin audience.
John Hewitt Venue, Belfast
As part of a regular evening of poetry and literature, Tina and Kathy read extracts from Adolescence 2: hormonized poems to a full house.
Mayfield Arts Centre Workshop
A workshops was arranged for budding poets in Mayfield Arts Centre also, where Adolescence 2: hormonized poems was presented to TD and leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin.
All of the events above would not have been possible without the support of the EACEA Culture Program, The Arts Council of Ireland and Cork City Council.